We love to support our local community with art projects. This project is near and dear to our hearts as it's for our local veterans at Camp Breac, The Spring Creek House in Bellefonte, PA. Their mission of serving veterans and families, preserving, recycling, and educating meshed so well with ours, we were happy to see what we could do to solve a problem they had.
Lots of wet fishing boots and waders inside the lodge causing musty storage room. The host, James Lanning needed a place for the fishermen dry their wet boots before they enter the lodge and store the boots.
It is one part of the larger 14 foot outdoor art piece that will also serve as a fishing wader boot drying rack. This project was more challenging than I anticipated.
More on this to come along with the finished fish.
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Neighbors encouraging each other. We invite you to participate and add your painted rock.
After some pretty strong winds our sign had fallen and broken. I knew I had to get the paints out and make a new one. I used a recycle floor tile, craft paints, and sealed with several coats of clear acrylic. It was a fun project. I made it much brighter in color. Ed and I designed a frame that now hangs the tile securely in place. The garden is growing, it's so fun to see others thoughts, art work, and words of encouragement. For me, it rewarding to have neighbors and park visitors stop and chat about the rocks and brainstorming what they plan to paint on a rock. I hope to see more painted rock and encourage anyone interested in adding to it. I look forward to seeing your rock soon.
If you need directions: see this previous post