We’re grateful we attended High Point Market in High Point, North Carolina last week! We hope that you can live vicariously through our team here at All Por Ju as we bring to you highlights of the trip and share some amazing vendors we spent some QT with.
With a closer look, you start to see those layers brushed away from her sanding technique.
You can find these tic tac toe pieces HERE
As we turned every corner of their brand new showroom, we learned of more and more pieces that told a story. Another artist, John Butler, creates dimensional art from thin pieces of excess maple trees used in the construction of violins and guitars. Some are lightly dusted with metallic paint, creating even more dimension. These shavings were showcased in shadow-box frames, designed by PSS. Oh and by the way, these trees are sourced directly from John’s farm, how cool is that?
The delicate details of these feathers appear to be made from bending paper, but are actually very thin pieces of wood!
There was definitely no lack of texture as we longed to touch the acrylic surfaces of some pieces and the rough painted texture of others, such as these stunning examples.
What we really love about PSS is their range of options from built-to-order canvas pieces to hang above the mantle of of a high-end residential project, to a colorful, modern piece for the recent graduate looking for their first apartment (we have THIS and THIS matching duo in mind).
You can view more of their pieces and custom framing options at www.picture-source.com.
Thank you again, Picture Source Somerset, we were truly inspired and can’t wait to work together!