At some point in our kitchen art installation, artist Rich Dunbrack knew we needed to see some eye candy. And you know what? He did, as well. Up until that point it had been a lot of prep work and demolition and painting.
One day, before a trip back to Martha's Vineyard where his main studio and full time home are, Rich started to give us a taste of things to come. I could wax poetic, but I think the pictures speak for themselves. This is what happened over a week or two.
Rich puts up the very first embellishments, made from old sleigh parts and other items.
Two of Amy Flynn's Fobots find themselves quite at home for the time being! About one week later came the stained glass doors. Here are the parts in the shop.
And in place.
Then the pantry doors came in. Phl thinks the yellow metal parts on the top soors remind him of the Simpsons.
That is what the antique heating grates look like when Rich first brings them to his shop. Below, they are in!
Stay tuned for more!