STUDIO HYDE Art - painting has always made me happy. Enjoying being Volunteer artist in residence at Arlington Court National Trust Devon
oh, my…that is interesting! i think i like the antler view better!!
I prefer that view too Sue :-)
A bit like Rorschach in wood. I liked the scary animal face. For a second, I thought you had glued on a wiggly eye until I realized that was a knot in the wood. Rudolph is fun, too.
LOL....yes, I see what you mean, it does look Rorschach! eeeek!!!!
Rudolph has an upper jaw and nostril too. What a versatile bit of wood/sculpture. I like it both ways up!
LOL...yes and it seems a pity to leave it in the garden! :-)
Oh wow...scary... Are you sure it's not a petrified old fossil creature?? Lol yep antlers would be my choice too. Lol
It truly is part of a tree Cris...incredible isn't it. When we first brought it home from the beach, we didn't notice the 'features' lol. Only when it was laying on the patio and looking down on it, did we see the 'face' and the 'eye' and then the 'teeth'....eeeek!
Yikes! Scary indeed! :-0
A versatile imagination put to lovely use!-Barb
I love the character of driftwood, and that piece you found certainly has that, no question! :-)
Thanks Christine, Robin, Barb and Kim.....sometimes just turning a piece of driftwood around can reveal amazing things can't it - glad you enjoyed seeing this :-)
Incredible the first one, quite scary indeed . And Rudolph is perfect for the second find :-) I also love finding wood from the beach and use it somehow in the garden.
Your driftwood piece was indeed scary with the eye and the teeth! It looks so pretty now that you've turned it around some.
What a wild looking piece of driftwood!!! Love the garden.
Surprising piece of driftwood with that scary animal face, it looks good the other way up on the garden wall.
Thanks Jane, Faye, Joan and Jez - glad I shared these pics for you all to see what a very strange piece of wood we had found.