Thursday, March 7, 2013


Not to be able to play a note, I think I did a good job on my guitars. They measure a little over 6 feet each. I cut the pattern from plywood then covered each on with bead board. There is an old headlight grille, wine corks for tuning knobs, tequila bottle tops, and part of a rusty door hinge in this one.
The Red White and Blue guitar is in honor of the Republic of Texas. It features a Texas truck tag in the head, with a cast iron lone star and piece of ceiling tin in the body. A long play record acts as the sound hole.

I have several others with such things as car parts, gaming pieces, and other interesting things. If you would like to know more, contact me. I can custom make one to your design.


 This life preserver mirror measures 24 inches in diameter and sets sail for $149.
 These very functional trays measure about 20"x14" and are just $45 each.
 Here are some color varieties for you to see.
 I just love sea turtles! this one is a blue distressed version 20"x17" for$49.
 Anchors aweigh! 20"x19" $49 and available in several different colors.
 The pineapple is a sign of good luck. Could be attached to front of your cottage with house number? 24"x11" $39.
 Shark attack--of the good kind.28"x14" $59. Painted on both sides to swim either left or right.
 Who does not love seahorses? Measuring 28"x14", they are just $60 EACH!
 The Hammerhead Shark is truly and unusual looking sea creature. This one is 32"x20" and will swim on your wall for just $79.
 You will have a "whale of a time" with this 46"x19" beauty for just $99.
This guy will get all stuck on you for $89. 34"x24"


 As Bill Engvall is known for saying, "I've got your sign!" I have added cut out signs to my inventory of other wood work that I make. I had been asked to do so for many months now, and have finally gotten caught up enough to make a few different ones.

If you have an idea, let me know. Send me a picture with the sign, color, etc. and I will give you a price.


 The two chairs above are Russel Wright chairs. My youngest son and his wife are Auburn fans, and since Clay loved these chairs, I custom painted them for him and Tonya as Birthday presents. I am sure I brought the value down on the chairs when I painted them, but they loved them, so that makes them priceless!
 These are old tractor seats on iron bases, with a vintage milk can serving as a table. Just right for the annual Georgia/Florida Cocktail Party!
 Big Al and UGA sitting in the driveway waiting for their new owner to pick them up. They now live happily in Gainesville, Ga.
 Al and UGA at Chastain Park, Atlanta, moments before their departure.
 This was a custom order for a die hard fan. I am pleased to say that he was very happy with the work that we did for him.
 Janet did this one for someone who is a fan of the Game Cocks. This was a very hard piece, due to the detail work of the artwork.
 When I can find the antique tractor seat and milk can, I will make an "Aubie", just to have ready. I know as soon as I take it to a show, it will go home with a new owner. Most of the time they will order at least 1 more.
 This is my version of the famous bulldog.
 This was another part of the custom order that went to Gainesville, Georgia. It was 2 weeks before Christmas, and Boy!, did we ever have a good Christmas that year!
 The cabin scene was a custom order and the Falcons was just because we are Falcons fans.
I had a show at the Tallahassee Fair Grounds, which is just a few blocks from FSU. Those folks are Seminole Crazy down there!