Artist makes her sanctuary stand out by painting intricate patterns on it
If you are an artist then you must understand the need of a sanctuary to let the ideas flow in the purest of forms. New Jersey Jersey-based, Neile Cooper found the perfect solution to this problem and so, designed a beautiful glass cabin for herself just behind her house. She started honing her craft by painting on the glass cabin directly hence the cabin now serves as not only an idyllic place for her to work in but also as a real-time portfolio. The stained cabin features Cooper’s nature-inspired designs in all forms such as, vibrant flowers, mushrooms, snails and, birds thoughtfully painted on the ceiling. The intricate imagery makes the 8-by-12-feet cabin look like a magical spot right in the middle of thick trees that surround it.
“It is made almost entirely of reclaimed materials,” Cooper explained the eco-friendly nature of the cabin. “Rafter beams from some fallen trees, lumber from a neighbor’s storm-damaged porch, and many, many old window frames.”
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