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Jumpstart Your Day: This Artist Turns Dead Trees Into Picture Frames

These decor pieces give 'antique' a new spin

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There are no rules when it comes to art. You are allowed create anything that you perceive to be beautiful. For Oregon-based artist Darryl Cox, that meant working with old tree branches and antiques to create something new and exciting. 

Cox has always been fascinated with boughs and wanted to find a way to incorporate it in his work. He believes that different kinds of wood have different personalities—Pine, Juniper, and California Grapevine are a few of his favorites. He then picks out a matching frame to add character to the weald. With a little bit of sculpting and painting, Cox's Fusion Frames are born. 

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