This guy's been hanging around my studio for a decade and is ready for some new scenery. He's made of a chunk of walnut salvaged from the scrap pile of a local furniture maker with arms formed from spindles from a chair of my childhood and the legs from a chair I lived with for a decade in Sedona. I found the metal piece (the one at the top that looks like wings) in the Flagstaff forest and pried the red ball from a super old and rusted reflector of some sort from a long gone truck rusting in the desert sun. Worked copper accent in the center of the clock face and in the magical loincloth.
It has a hanger on the back and a recessed cavity containing the clockwork. Battery included. Own a weird piece of my clock-making history and give yourself the gift of a dependable spirit of enchanted timekeepin' on the wall, casting his gaze on eternity while broadcasting the hours and minutes of the here and now.
Timekeeper Handcrafted Art Clock
Varnished and ready to hang with a single nail.
Beautiful reclaimed Mahogany wood with a deep profile--sits nicely off the wall.