Left—A tall composite vase I was given, originally a matte black finish. I painted it in the whimsical style you see here, highlighting the various raised and inset surfaces, including several fish shapes. When the friend that gave it to me saw what I had done to it, he liked it so much I gave it back to him, lol.
Middle—One of my vintage garden gnomes that is now purely an indoor sculpture. I gave him a paint treatment that looks like he's wearing jewels all over his clothes and used a gold glaze on top of everything to seal it.
Right—The pinkish gray stone at the bottome is the only piece of granite I have from my great-great-grandfather's quarry, the same stone his quarry supplied for the base of the Statue of Liberty. I've mounted a twirling piece of wood on it, which I found on one of my frequent walks in the woods.