ROBINSON, a copper butterfly delicately hovers over its base of salvaged driftwood.
Possibly set adrift landing on a deserted island.. I like to think of him as a “desk distraction,” to take your mind away for a moment’s rejuvenation.
Hovering above a small piece of Ottawa River driftwood collected on its shores, May 2020, while social distancing at 5:30am. Air dried for 6 months, then meticulously cleaned and finished with a protective outdoor-grade clear water-base urethane.
I have developed my own copper solution using copper scraps, salt, and white vinegar along with a healthy amount of time and patience to offer a product that does not require the 30-year aging process required Canada’s Parliament Buildings and other copper clad roofs.
Charming displayed individually or with CRUSOE, a dragonfly with matching patinated wings and driftwood base.
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