• Artwork depicting rows of paraffin wax cells filled with sugar water. Alternating blue and green cells.

    Paraffin and colored sugar water.

    Cool Nostalgia is made of candy. This work pairs perfectly with Hot Nostalgia.

    Educated in interior design, fine art and energy work, Amy Hannum offers over 25 years of international experience designing interiors, furniture, exhibit spaces for museums and galleries, artwork/art installations, props and sets, as well as producing events and programs that blend her talents in creating meaningful experiences for others.

    Put her sentient knowledge of spatial analysis and color to work by creating a custom design for your home, business or event. In merging her expertise, she makes the process collaborative, productive and fun, tailoring each project to meet clients’ specific needs.

  • Set of two grey tractor seat chairs, steel tripod legs. Set of two grey tractor seat chairs, steel tripod legs.

    Antique tractor seats, new steel, paint, AGRISCULPTURE stainless steel logo plate. Chair dimensions: 21” width, 17” depth, 24” height. Available for local pick-up only.

    Amy handcrafts her own original tractor seat chairs from antique steel tractor seats, welding on her own modern bases and legs. Extremely comfortable and durable, this pair of chairs are at standard table height––to be enjoyed both inside and outside.

    Amy founded her custom metal wonders practice in 2012 and loves to create signature Orange County works of art handcrafted from antique farm metal found in the local area! The mission of AGRISCULPTURE is to create metal sculpture informed by nature and farm equipment, to restore the Earth by foraging abandoned agricultural machinery as media and to teach environmental awareness––giving free youth / public workshops involving recycled materials and the creative process of adaptive reuse. When Amy is not creating sculpture or giving workshops, she is foraging and making 101 short films on wild, organic and edible plants found around her studio on Sweetman Farms in Warwick, NY.

  • Set of red tractor seat chairs, steel tripod legs. Set of 2 chairs, antique red tractor seats, steel tripod legs

    Antique tractor seats, new steel, paint, AGRISCULPTURE stainless steel logo plate. Chair dimensions: 19” width, 16” depth, 24” height. Available for local pick-up only.

    Amy handcrafts her own original tractor seat chairs from antique steel tractor seats, welding on her own modern bases and legs. Extremely comfortable and durable, this pair of chairs are at standard table height––to be enjoyed both inside and outside.

    Amy founded her custom metal wonders practice in 2012 and loves to create signature Orange County works of art handcrafted from antique farm metal found in the local area! The mission of AGRISCULPTURE is to create metal sculpture informed by nature and farm equipment, to restore the Earth by foraging abandoned agricultural machinery as media and to teach environmental awareness––giving free youth / public workshops involving recycled materials and the creative process of adaptive reuse. When Amy is not creating sculpture or giving workshops, she is foraging and making 101 short films on wild, organic and edible plants found around her studio on Sweetman Farms in Warwick, NY.

  • HotNostalgia - Amy Hannum

    Paraffin and colored sugar water.

    Hot Nostalgia is made of candy. This work pairs perfectly with Cool Nostalgia.

    Educated in interior design, fine art and energy work, Amy Hannum offers over 25 years of international experience designing interiors, furniture, exhibit spaces for museums and galleries, artwork/art installations, props and sets, as well as producing events and programs that blend her talents in creating meaningful experiences for others.

    Put her sentient knowledge of spatial analysis and color to work by creating a custom design for your home, business or event. In merging her expertise, she makes the process collaborative, productive and fun, tailoring each project to meet clients’ specific needs.

  • Mexicali1 - Nicholas Licata
    This Pueblo inspired Elm bowl draws forth images of the desert Southwest.   The exotic, naturally red, bloodwood rim is detailed with diamond, rectangle and circle inlays of South American tagua nut and macassar ebony.   Nicholas G. Licata, B.F.A, M.A. is a life-long wood artist holding degrees in Fine Arts and Communication Arts. He is a member of the American Association of Wood Turners and lives in the Hudson Valley Region of New York State, USA.
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