Author Archive | Lee Woolsey
Helped out with the coloring of this concrete hearth. Looking to match the feel and rustic nature of the aged barnwood surround.
Here’s a series of Rack Cards I recently completed for the Wells Chamber of Commerce. The idea was to be colorful, informative and helpful to visitors passing through Wells looking for sights and activities in the area. This gallery shows the card artwork.
The Orofino Chamber of Commerce asked for ideas for water feature to add to Heritage Park, a small piece of ground that greets visitors as the cross the bridge off of Highway 12 into Orofino. They wanted something that reflected Orofino’s logging history and (maybe) a nod towards its gold-mining origins. By creating a log “flume” […]
Here is a small gallery of logos and word art completed over the past few years. Some for commercial purposes, some just for fun.
Here are some postcards I just finished for the Wells Chamber of Commerce. [wooslider slide_page=”artwork” slider_type=”slides” limit=”3″ thumbnails=”default” order=”DESC” order_by=”date”]
This project started when the building owner (Precision Construction, of Orofino, Idaho) wanted the pillars that line the covered walkway at the front of their office to have stone cladding which matched a supply of cultured stone they intended to use on the buildings wainscoat. The pillar based could be made much smaller with the carved-in-place […]
A made-in-place stone mantle and backer for a free standing wood stove in McCall, Idaho.