“Jersey Twins”

Jersey twins webAn afternoon sunset on the Jersey Shore, bayside.
Photos are mounted (with paper background) on aged planks from old wood pallets.
Wood measures 16”W x 13”H. Old planks are cut, soaked in bleach,
dried, assembled by hand, sanded, stained and sanded more.
Please inquire about other creative options, pricing and other sizes.

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Riverhead Roadside

pink tractor“The picture is awesome. You do excellent work” … (A very happy customer!)
Photos are mounted (with paper background) on aged planks from old wood pallets.
Wood measures 16”W x 13”H. Old planks are cut, soaked in bleach,
dried, assembled by hand, sanded, stained and sanded more.
Please inquire about other creative options, pricing and other sizes.

Neighborhood “Knick Knacks”

••Knick KnacksPhotos are mounted (with paper background) on aged planks from old wood pallets.
Wood measures 16”W x 13”H. Old planks are cut, soaked in bleach,
dried, assembled by hand, sanded, stained and sanded more.
Please inquire about other creative options, pricing and other sizes.

“What’s for Lunch?”

whats for lunch narrowMassapequa Drizzle…
Photos are mounted (with paper background) on aged planks from old wood pallets.
Wood measures 24”W x 12”H. Old planks are cut, soaked in bleach, dried, assembled by hand, sanded, stained and sanded more.
Please inquire about options, pricing and other sizes.

Wading River Sunset

wading RiverWEBWading River Historical Society:
“Wading River, settled by New Englanders in 1671, is reminiscent of a classic
New England town with its steepled Congregational Church, village green, ancient cemetery, horse farms, and colonial homes. https://wadingriverhistoricalsociety.weebly.com
For more reading:
https://www.nytimes.com/1988/01/24/nyregion/wading-river-tries-to-retain-tranquil-pace.html

Photos are mounted (with paper background) on aged planks from old wood pallets.
Wood measures 16”W x 13”H. Old planks are cut, soaked in bleach,
dried, assembled by hand, sanded, stained and sanded more.
Please inquire about other creative options, pricing and other sizes.

Fort Pond, Montauk

Fort Pond WEB

Montauk from Wikipedia: Fort Pond Bay was first listed by name in a 1655 map published in 1680 by John Scott which makes note of a Montaukett Native-American fort on its banks. Long Island was occupied throughout the American Revolutionary War and the bay was used by the British for their blockade of Connecticut. In 1781 the HMS Culloden (1776) ran aground while pursuing a French frigate during a January storm. The ship, which survived the initial ground hit a rock and had to be scuttled in the bay at Culloden Point and burned with its canons thrown overboard. Its debris field and wreck site is now the only underwater park on Long Island.

Photos are mounted (with paper background) on aged planks from old wood pallets.
Wood measures 24”W x 20”H. Old planks are cut, soaked in bleach,
dried, assembled by hand, sanded, then stained and sanded more.
Please inquire about options, pricing and other sizes.