Long Beach Project

The hide panel on the left is a suede deer skin about 7 ft wide by 18” deep with an asymmetrical assortment of green glass beads strung onto ties that hold the panel to the rod. It hides the stacked Venetian blind at window top. The word wall shown to the right with various phrases is a visual privacy barrier on an outer deck area. In most cases drift wood was the base material, then painted,  the idea being that it will just weather and change and age as time passes. 


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