Vintage Rolleiflex Camera Transferred to Reclaimed Wood
This has hangers therefore, this wall hanging is ready to hang. It is a beautiful close up photograph of a vintage Rolleiflex Camera. I found the camera at the Atchelitz Threshermens Association Pioneer Village in Chilliwack, BC. Like most things I photograph, I accidently found this cute little village just by going out exploring. The village has so many vintage things and buildings and vehicles.
This image can be made in colour or Black and White
How It’s Made
Each wall hanging is handmade in my studio from carefully selected pieces of reclaimed wood. Each piece of wood is unique and has its own personality. The art you receive will have the same photograph as the listing’s images. The wood will have its own interesting colour, texture, imperfections and style. It is completely handmade.
First of all, process starts with sanding the wood, putting biscuits in the wood for better stability. After that, I whitewash the wood so the colours will pop, then manually transfer the photograph and covering it will a UV varnish. Finally, it is stapled, a hanger is put on and it’s ready to hang anywhere you like.
The photographs are 5×7, 8×10 and 11×14. However, adding more width and length for the wood. Larger sizes can also be made by request. Larger sizes require more than one piece of paper for the transfers due to limits of the size of copies.
If you have a photograph that you would like to have transferred onto reclaimed wood, custom orders are always welcome, please send me a message to discuss your custom wall hanging.
Although all of images are color compatible for viewing online, most computer monitors vary in their color configurations and the images that you see may not have accurate color representation.
The Photograph of the Vintage Rolleiflex Camera and transferring to Reclaimed Wood taken and completed by Kelly Cushing in Chilliwack, BC. All rights reserved.