Picture Frames Connected With Nature By Darryl Cox
Darryl Cox creates art that is twisted and fused – the former, literally, and the latter, less so. His works combine branches and old image frames. In his work, Cox tries to meld wood so that the branch look like an organic continuation of the frame.
Born in California, Darryl Cox now lives in Central Oregon. He uses many kinds of wood, and the frames are up to one hundred years old . “When finished, each one [frame] exhibits many individual characteristics, but in a singular, harmonized style,” Cox writes on his website. “Each frame shows the individual history of every part as well as their combined story as one. Each is a chronicle, complete with scars and adornment.”