Ashley Hackshaw

Ashley Hackshaw

Bryson City, NC / Writer. Painter. Historian of stuff. Living in #smalltownusa NC with a 1982 Chevy. Renovating a 1950's ranch and an old train depot. http://www.lilblueboo.com
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Day 180: Enamel and acrylic on wood.

Day 180: Enamel and acrylic on wood.

Day 178: I found this drawer front at the thrift store and someone had started carving the hand into it. I got out my Dremel and finished it. Then I painted it white and added the quotes.

Day 178: I found this drawer front at the thrift store and someone had started carving the hand into it. I got out my Dremel and finished it. Then I painted it white and added the quotes.

Day 175: Acrylic folk art style painting on framed cradled wood.  “She is clothed in strength and dignity and she laughs without fear of the future. Proverbs 31:25”

Day 175: Acrylic folk art style painting on framed cradled wood. “She is clothed in strength and dignity and she laughs without fear of the future. Proverbs 31:25”

Day 174: A fly fishing fly. Acrylic on wood.

Day 174: A fly fishing fly. Acrylic on wood.

Day 173: I really loved painting this one. A can of sardines on wood. I added the tin border in the spirit of the metal sardines are usually in.

Day 173: I really loved painting this one. A can of sardines on wood. I added the tin border in the spirit of the metal sardines are usually in.

Day 170: A bird on a small block of wood. I added the metal “Choose Happiness” tag on the front.

Day 170: A bird on a small block of wood. I added the metal “Choose Happiness” tag on the front.

Bird Painting - Choose Happiness

Bird Painting - Choose Happiness

Animal painting by Ashley Hackshaw

Animal painting by Ashley Hackshaw

Day 167: Acrylic on reclaimed plywood. Feather Art.

Day 167: Acrylic on reclaimed plywood. Feather Art.

Day 164: A rainbow trout. I cropped this one accidentally and so it looks like a TROU instead….but the real piece has a T on it.

Day 164: A rainbow trout. I cropped this one accidentally and so it looks like a TROU instead….but the real piece has a T on it.