Spencer’s Berserker is back in the shop in all of its primal angst glory!
This light switch plate is composed of 2 images with corner squares of hand painted checkerboard squares with 4mm onyx cabochons.
The central image is of “the Berserker”, one of the amazingly expressive ancient Lewis Chessmen. The border motif pattern was created from a small detail of an illustration in the “Book of Games,” Circa 1280 A.D..
My plate is named Spencer’s Berserker for young U.S. chess master Spencer Finegold, who inspired the piece.
SerraCraft’s new Ostrich Light Switch Cover
The image for the Ostrich Light Switch Cover is a playing card from the 1700’s. It is a beautifully rendered pen and ink drawing of this exotic bird.
This image is mounted on a a single toggle light switch plate base in a venetian bronze finish, and sealed in poured resin.
Switchplate Art: Brownstone Cafe
This image is a cropped detail from an 1892 advertisement for a Cafe in Amsterdam.
The beautifully rendered brownstone facade, complete with cafe goers both inside the cafe and outside the door.
The amazing detail, including the black dog in the foreground will delight your guests!
One of my very favorite new additions to the Switchplate Art collection is Cats .
This unique light switch cover is simply the cat’s meow! – the purrrrr-fect addition to your feline friendly abode! A great gift for the cat lover on your shopping list!
The image is of 2 interlinking cats, a sleek amber eyed grey representing dusk, and a sunny green eyed golden tabby, representing dawn.
I designed the art designed for the light switch plate, and executed the original art work in watercolor. The painting was scanned at high resolution, scaled to the plate size and archivally printed.
The Light switch cover can be mounted with either side up – dawn or dusk – you get to choose.
Add some unique decorating accessories to your home with Switchplate Art!
A sampling of Switchplate Art at SerraCraft
New at SerraCraft!
Switchplate Art: Dawn and Dusk Cats
Features an archival print of an original watercolor created especially for this light switch cover.
It’s a time to draw strength from hopeful, sustaining, inspiring thoughts. This one does it for me, so yesterday, as post-election therapy, I made it into a poster and added it to my gallery shop, Serra Studiospace , to share with others.
At the shop you will find very inexpensive printing options for posters, prints, pillows, tote bags, etc., as well as a wide array of more pricy framing options, all fulfilled by Fine Arts America [They make excellent, high-quality products] . Perfect for a bit of Retail Therapy, If you’re so inclined…
I also posted the image in this blog with no watermark, so if you are too down in the dumps to shop, feel free to copy, paste and share as much as you like.