Inspired and Unique Furniture Up cycling by Tina Barnett at ART Salvation.
Item: Wall Mounted Hall Unit upcycled
Materials: Decoupage and Paint Techniques on Wooden Unit
Sizes: 58 long x 28 high x 18 deep (approx cm)
ART Salvation sell beautifully restored/ up cycled small furniture items, transforming them from out of date pieces to “One of a Kind” modern or vintage designs. Using Techniques such as:
Various Paint Techniques
We revamp salvaged items saving waste and allowing them to be the centre piece of your home décor. If you have a small item that you would like transformed. Please send pictures and requirements to us for to quote to [email protected] Or look at what we have for sale in our online shop.
Tina Barnett is a Mixed Media Artist specialising in Steampunk Design.
She makes Unique Artwork and Gifts using different mixed media techniques often salvaging items and re-using them in an imaginative way. This makes all her work individual, Unique and one of a kind.
Her love of Steampunk design has resulted in a very popular line in hats, masks, Goggles and accessories which are often exhibited and sold at Steampunk fairs around the Country.
Tina also teaches Creative workshops for adults and children showing them how to create their own individual artwork and gifts using various mixed media techniques.
Previously Tina was a member of the Pretty gets Gritty design team with her work regularly appearing on Create and Craft TV. In 2019 Tina was approached by Hochanda TV to be the face of Graphic 45 and now is a regular demonstrator on the channel.
Sally Otteson is a Venue and Events Manager she has been running Theatre and Hotel businesses for many years.
Between 2013 and 2018 she worked for The Creative Foundation (now Creative Folkestone) an Arts charity responsible for the regeneration of the Creative Quarter in Folkestone.
She has seen first-hand the positive effects Creative activity can have on the well-being of individuals of all ages and walks of life. Sally was keen to include Creative workshops and drop in sessions as part of the business model for ART Salvation. Believing strongly that creative activity can “save” people from the stresses of the modern world like depression and loneliness.