I’m great at producing ‘stuff’ – items with art potential. The problem comes in using them all. As my storage space grew scarce, Helena asked if I had plans for all of them – of course not. I’m a faster collector than producer. Now I’m not sure if I have too many of Joseph’s ReBoards(tm), or not enough.
I produce the surface, Helena provides “a little piece of happy” and you reap the rewards. By the way, that’s a quote from a satisfied Seascape customer.
These aren’t toys and aren’t for children. Reasonable effort has been taken to remove sharp and pointy parts, but I can’t guarantee they’re all gone. Please handle, and treat, these with reasonable care.
Some of the old bricks in my (Joseph’s) gallery walls have been damaged in decades past. This is a little piece of one of them. By the way, I only collect pieces; I never break up any usable bricks. Ocean waves and beautiful blue skies remind me of fond memories. I think of the wind and the sea when I look at this Seascape, which is about 2 3/4 inches tall and 2 1/2 inches wide. No prints can ever be made, so there will never be any reproductions of this one-of-a-kind painting. The closest I can come is to photograph it. Sail away with this Seascape before I change my mind about selling it.