"Grow"

February 8th, 2009 in member junk     
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Grow is created using an old outdoor lamp shade, a very loved hand shovel and two faucet knobs. The word grow is housed in a glass top typewriter key. It measures about 10 across.
Heres a slight side view.
Grow is created using an old outdoor lamp shade, a very loved hand shovel and two faucet knobs. The word grow is housed in a glass top typewriter key. It measures about 10 across.

"Grow" is created using an old outdoor lamp shade, a very loved hand shovel and two faucet knobs. The word "grow" is housed in a glass top typewriter key. It measures about 10" across.


A subtle reminder that Spring always arrives...


Pattern or design used: My Own Design - JennyK Original
posted in: member junk, metal, artwork, whimsical, outdoor spaces, porch, green, sunroom

Comments (7)

junkermidge writes: I love this piece. Totally cool!

Midge Posted: 6:01 pm on February 9th
MelHow writes: This is gorgeous - the colors and the tools and the message all work terribly well together... Posted: 5:04 pm on February 9th
MimiToria writes: Again, very cool. Love the layering you do, like Georgia said. Would love to see an angle shot when you take your photos, so we see more of a 3 dimensional as well. You just have such great detailing in your artwork.
Gretchen Posted: 7:12 pm on February 8th
georgiamoon writes: I've seen Jenny's art, including this one, in person and they are all so great that you can't stop looking at them. Usually you see a little detail you miss the first time you look at it. I love the layering of junk that goes on here. Geo Posted: 2:19 pm on February 8th
fellowjunker writes: Just beautiful and so meaningful Jenny!!
xojanis Posted: 11:56 am on February 8th
irishrovr writes: A nice garden inspiration! Never too early to think SPRING!!

Eileen http://ruralwisconsin.blogspot.com/ Posted: 10:23 am on February 8th
JunkArchitect writes: I love how you use such great industrial junk to make the most beautiful pieces of art. The rusty gears, gauges and grates are destined to be together. The colors are always perfectly united. Posted: 7:30 am on February 8th
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