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I'm Beth Anderson...eco-artist and imperfectionist on a mission to live a simple life. I make pictures out of shipping pallets and other roadside finds. In other words, I make something outta nothing.

I believe...

Simplicity is bliss -- I combine simple materials with simple designs to produce uncommon results.

Beauty lies in the imperfections -- Knotholes, cracks and rust are three of my favorite elements of reclaimed wood. Are these flaws? In my world, they are the root of character! 'Imperfections' add an element of surprise to an otherwise ordinary piece of art.

Happiness is the success -- My passion for what I do pours into every piece I create. This happiness that oozes from my being as I work is absorbed…

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  • Female
  • Born on January 1
  • Joined July 19, 2009

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reclaimed wood

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About

I'm Beth Anderson...eco-artist and imperfectionist on a mission to live a simple life. I make pictures out of shipping pallets and other roadside finds. In other words, I make something outta nothing.

I believe...

Simplicity is bliss -- I combine simple materials with simple designs to produce uncommon results.

Beauty lies in the imperfections -- Knotholes, cracks and rust are three of my favorite elements of reclaimed wood. Are these flaws? In my world, they are the root of character! 'Imperfections' add an element of surprise to an otherwise ordinary piece of art.

Happiness is the success -- My passion for what I do pours into every piece I create. This happiness that oozes from my being as I work is absorbed by my art, giving it a bit of a soul, if you ask me.

I am a self-taught artist, mother, wife, daughter, sister and friend. My method of work was borrowed from my Dad’s stained glass technique and adapted for use with reclaimed wood.

Currently working in a jumbled basement studio, I dream of a bright, breezy space to be my creative sanctuary.

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