Simply Salvage, Interior with Bear
GRHC - 2010
This view of the house is from the front door looking toward the rear. In the foreground a bear rug on the two-toned diagonal floor fits into the Native American decor of the room. A painting of a Native American Woman is prominently displayed at the left of the ladder where authentic woven blankets are hung. A light hangs from the vaulted ceiling, and behind it is a small loft that is reached by the ladder. A wooden rocker sits beneath the painting at the left, and a portion of an upholstered rocker is visible at the far right.
|Title||Simply Salvage, Interior with Bear|
'10 Simply Salvage, a building constructed by Brent Ahmicasaube, was an ArtPrize 2010 entry using ninety per-cent salvaged materials.
|Location In Photo||Grand Rapids, MI|