We blogged recently about a ceiling design for Better Farm's Art Barn that will utilize donated, discarded frames. We "broke ground" on the project a couple of weeks ago, and have already used up the frames given to us by Fort Drum and Focal Point Frames. Here's how we went about the work:
Firstly, it's important to always keep your end-goal in sight:
|This photo from the New York Times is of a ceiling created out of discarded picture frames by Dan Phillips of Phoenix Commotion.|
3. Use a chop saw to shorten sides to fit between ceiling beams.
4. Begin the laborious task of power-nailing the frames to the ceiling...