What's in my clocks?

Some of my one-of-a-kind creations are for sale and available for viewing in person at Kellys One of a Kinds and Friends in Cuba, NY.

WEEEE

My take on Schwinn Stingray bicycle, banana seat and all!

"WEEEEE!"

 

HOW I MADE IT:
Frame- 1960s farrier's stove. Tires- hose from kitchen sink sprayers wrapped around the stove burners. Chopper handlebars- base of a vintage sprinkler.
Handle-Handlebar grips- garden hose. Chain wheel- inside face of an antique fan. Pedal and crank- suitcase lock. High back sissy bar- muffler u-bolt. Banana seat- half of a strap barn door hinge. Bike basket- egg-yolk separator. Crank set- three different sized drink coasters. Second hand- a mini playing card (playing cards were wedged through bike spokes made an impressive amount of noise the faster you rode.)

"Snailed It!"

 

HOW I MADE IT:

Body- a pulley from the early 1900s. Snail shell- multiple layers of clock parts. Numbers- an old marque. Snail head- a vintage vegetable chopper. Snail tentacles are in three pieces: pipe elbows, an old sewer snake, a metal bead. Snail's foot- the latch from the pulley. Second hand- a leaf. Coated the snail in 9 layers of polyurethane to give it a slimy appearance.

"Unmeasured Love"

HOW I MADE IT:

Dog face- piece of an ox yoke. White "fur"- pieces of a metal tape measure. Light yellow "fur"- pieces of a fabric tape measure. Ears- two old de-toothed saw blades. Eyes- two gas can caps, two large washers, two thumb screws. Eyelashes- two halved springs. Eyebrows- two springs. Nose and mouth area- rusted muffler and cheese grater. Tongue- shoe horn. Clock numbers - pool balls from two novelty cheese spreaders.

UNMEASURED LOVE

HOW I MADE IT:

 

Dog face- piece of an ox yoke. White "fur"- pieces of a metal tape measure. Light yellow "fur"- pieces of a fabric tape measure. Ears- two old de-toothed saw blades. Eyes- two gas can caps, two large washers, two thumb screws. Eyelashes- two halved springs. Eyebrows- two springs. Nose and mouth area- rusted muffler and cheese grater. Tongue- shoe horn. Clock numbers - pool balls from two novelty cheese spreaders.

 

CONTACT

Find my clocks at
Vintage Eighteen West
18 West Main Street
Cuba, NY

716-307-1410

 

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