ABOUTNew Grids was launched in spring 2011 with the aim of gathering some creative work, original thinking and digital experiences. These  one of a kind artworks are constructed from reclaimed local barn wood that is over 80 years old as well as natural salvaged branch pieces. There are no faux finishes in the world that can duplicate the colors and textures that Mother Nature creates. There is just something about wood that has been aged for over 80 years that produces the most unique array of colors and textures. All materials, unless otherwise noted, were taken from the Internet and are assumed to be in the public domain.
Peruvian arts are changing today and painted wood art is a very fashionable art variety, distinguished by the wonderful pattern; each piece of art is handcrafted wood and also hand painted with the mark of Mario Curasi, one of the most skillful artists in Cusco.

March 17, 2013 By Beckie Gretchen over at Gretchen’s Garage teamed up with her son on a snow day to turn scrap wood and leftover paint into a piece of wall art. Each piece is hand selected for its character and natural patina to enhance the beauty of your piece. Raging under the full moon, it looks as if it is about to shred it's latest victim. 18" x 12" on canvas.
Every detail in it's creation is visible to the naked eye, and it's vibrant color is beyond compare. The duo drew out their design on a piece of paper and then made the puzzle come to life with the cuts of wood and paint.
The darker brown natural woods were those aged within a barn, while grey boards have been weathered outside.

The creation of art, as conceived by Mario Curasi, is nature in action, using essentials inspired by the natural Peruvian Andean world, incorporates a friendly touch to your home. It's durability and fade resistant inks make this an art print worthy of framing for any fantasy art collector or enthusiast.
For only $10 for the plywood backing, Gretchen got new wall decor AND a day of quality time with her son. When you hang up your painted wood blue bird with lizard, you will be confident that you own a remarkable and faultless piece of Peruvian art made by Mario Curasi.

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