WHAT IS WOOD ART?
As a contemporary artistic medium, wood is used in traditional and modern styles, and is an excellent medium for new art. Wood is used in varieties of sculpture, craft, and decoration including chip carving, wood burning, and marquetry. Wood offers a fascination, beauty, and complexity in the grain that often shows even when the medium is painted. Wood is used by carpenters to make many utilitarian items such as cabinets, furniture and musical instruments. Creative people use wood for carving because it is rich and inexpensive when compared to other media like stone or bronze. It is, in some ways, easier to shape than harder substances, but an artist must acquire specific skills to chip it right. Wood does not last as long as other sculpting media because it can be touched by water rot, dry rot, insect invasion and fire.
WHAT IS WALL DECOR?
Wall art is the perfect resolution for small or large spaces alike, giving any room a finished and polished look in minutes. Wall décor basically means making a personalized look to the rampart of the rooms which change the aura of a room in a confident fashion and give the room a perfect adorable look. Wall décor can be performed with various things like, wall painting, wall stickers, wall photography etc.
THE HAWAIIAN ISLAND CHAIN
It is recognized for its exciting tourist destinations, incredible biodiversity and gorgeous beaches. The tourist to these islands become spellbound by the beauty and easiness of the spot. Art work represented the archipelago is therefore plentiful, from the tasteful Koa wood carving to the less tasteful mass-produced fridge magnet.
This type of wood is indigenous to the Hawaiian Islands. It is a species of flowering tree in the pea family, Fabaceae. It is also the second most common tree at the spot. Koa means brave, bold, fearless or warrior in the Hawaiian language.
HAWAI’I ISLAND CHAIN WALL DÉCOR by JM Woodworking, Waimea, Hawaii
The owner started his business venture in 2012, and had the interest in making the Hawaiian island chain from koa wood. He also gets the island range of mountains in a metal clad finish. The ware brought out by him meets the definition of perfection. The merchandise quality is his topmost priority.
Many people get a bit of coal wall at home means to them like getting hold of a bit of the islands with them. Casual tourists who come for the sandy beaches and upscale resorts want something reliable to remember their stay by. Backpackers and hikers want to relish in the the island’s many waterfalls and various woodlands. Locals simply want a visual reminder of how big their home is, its beauty immortalized in a piece of Koa wood décor. There are many different reasons that people require a part of the Hawaiian archipelago in their lifetimes, and the artist takes great lengths to attain certain that he captures the stunning natural simplicity of these islands. He also uses mango and monkey pod wood for creating his art appreciable. Own a slice of the Aina and capture the heart of the islands with a finely crafted Koa wood sculpture.