|Bathroom medicine chest installation: found stones|
In this world there are those who love stones. Not special stones, not scientifically significant stones, not valuable stones ... just stones. They pick them up, they put them in their pockets, they have stones all over their house. I am one of those people.
When plumbers arrived to tear out my bathroom walls, it presented an opportunity to resort some of my stones into new configurations while leaving others solidly in place. Here are the results.
|New wall arrangement|
|Vintage, rusted scale; found stones; "pillow rock," once a San Francisco cobblestone, used for ship's ballast after the big 'quake and washed up on shore|
|Framed stone A|
|Close-up: found, rusted metal; stone; steel wire|
|Framed Stone B|
|Close-up: found, broken transistor; stone; knitted steel|
|Unframed hanging stone: found scrap metal, knitted steel, stone|
|Close-up of stone and knitted steel|
|Medicine cabinet installation: Stones on the Move and Bottled Emotions|
|Close-up: Bottled Emotions|
|Window arrangement: Pillow rocks, knitted steel, found stones, old branches and air plants.|