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Craig Forget
Sound Wave | Sculptures by Craig Forget
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Sound Wave - Sculptures

$1,800-$3,500

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This dramatic pattern is inspired by soundwave graphs and creates a beautiful abstract design for your space. It is constructed from reclaimed local barnwood that is over 80 years old. The frame around the artwork is constructed of Poplar hardwood with a dark Walnut stain applied to it. The artwork consists of multiple species of wood cut in strips that are 3/8 of an inch thick which is much thinner then my other small strip artwork, so a great deal of work went into this piece. The dark black sound wave strips are also made of old reclaimed barnwood that were stained the same color as the frame. Each piece is hand selected for its character and natural patina to enhance the beauty of your piece. The darker brown natural woods were those aged within a barn, while grey boards have been weathered outside. Each art piece then has two coats of Zero VOC water based sealer applied to preserve the beauty of the wood.

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Craig Forget
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All my art pieces are made using very old wood from barns and homes taken down in my area.

Hi My name is Craig Forget and I am a reclaimed wood artist

I feel that I am part of the large art movement that has been growing in the Detroit and Windsor area, it is great to be part of this movement. It is also great to be able to express myself through art. I am in it for the long haul, I believe in producing the most unique art pieces with the most unique wood that I can find. I always feel that it is the old, reclaimed wood that makes my pieces unique.


I have been influenced by woodworking from a very young age and recently I have found my true passion for building unique artwork and furniture out of reclaimed barn wood. What I love about the materials that I work with is that you never know what types of wood you are going to find in the local barns that range from 80 to 200 years of age. You could say I am like a kid in a candy store.


What makes my artwork and furniture so unique is that I am always on the hunt for unique types of wood that will create an impressive piece. I especially enjoy working with wood that is bursting with character. There are no faux finishes in the world that can duplicate the colors and textures that Mother Nature creates, 95% to 100% of the colors you see on my art pieces have not been stained what you see is the natural color of the wood. When wood is aged for 80 to 100 years, it turns naturally dark in color.
The darker brown natural woods were those aged within a barn, while grey boards have been weathered outside.
When you are buying one of my pieces, you are also buying a piece of Pioneer history, when power tools were almost non-existent.