Furniture plant forest

The basic is the same!



1 An acorn  16.5 x 11.4 cm window (Window A)  ***Window is the opening of the mat

2 Maple leaf 21.6 x 13.9 cm window (Window B)

Walnuts16.5 x 11.4 cm window (Window A)

##### Red oak leaf  – Work in progress #####


I am wondering …

The two window sizes are not too different. If everything is in a same sized (about 32 x 32 cm / can be bigger) square frame , it would look neat. By the way, three of the artworks you got last time are in 30 x 30 cm frame. The frame wood is white ash though.

Or, if you think different size works better, and looking natural, that works, too.

My next question is ; should I prepare the mat? (I think the frame will be prepared by you since the furniture wood are probably not be available at my frame store, but it is easy for me to ask them to cut the mat for the piece.

As I wrote, unfortunately, I cannot find anything Burma teak and black walnut. My plan is to portray walnut (Japanese walnut) and another acorn piece. I found a red oak tree, so I will make a leaf piece from it, too.

That is my plan so far. Please let me know anything you think of.

To me, summer is always for “tomatoes – I mean I portray tomatoes”, and it is coming! I hope I have enough time to work more since it was so fun working with tiny forest treasure – Actually, the moss from the vintage timber was seriously amazing…

Thank you Mr.Tong always. I am looking forward to hearing from you.