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There‚Äôs something extremely satisfying about bringing life and beauty back to an old, forgotten piece of wood. I take thrown-away, weathered and worn wood scraps and transform them into something new. The restoration process I use depends on the condition of the wood but typically it’s given a light sanding and a poly finish. These pieces are made from rough sawn lath taken from an old Ballard home.

https://www.etsy.com/shop/OHaraReclaimed

elicia.ohara@gmail.com

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I find the creation of each work a meditative and cathartic way of working with my hands. I take pride in the work that I do and I hope to educate the public about this ancient art form and to increase public appreciation for hand-crafted artwork. I also hope to bring the joy of spirit I feel during the creation of each piece to the home of others.


Angie Heinrich

Zetamari Mosaic Artworks

www.zetamari.com

angie@zetamari.com

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