"It was the barn for the square dance on Saturday night
It was the front porch to rock on
It was the trim that said
the hard work paid off...
The only thing worse than tearing down an old building is not re-using the wood that created its beauty."
These are the words attached to the beautiful hand-made frames I found at Renningers in Mt. Dora, Florida this weekend. I usually make the trip for photos and ephemera, but was pleasantly surprised to find some artists there. These hand-made frames are from a company called Dryads Dancing out of Chamblee, Georgia.
The frame on the left is made from old wood and the one on the right is metal. It is hard to appreciate the craftsmanship and textural beauty of these gems from a photo.
Have a blessed day!