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Junk Castle Canvas Print featuring the photograph The Junk Castle II by David Patterson


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10.00" x 6.50"


10.00" x 6.50"


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The Junk Castle II Canvas Print

David Patterson

by David Patterson

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The Junk Castle II canvas print by David Patterson.   Bring your artwork to life with the texture and depth of a stretched canvas print. Your image gets printed onto one of our premium canvases and then stretched on a wooden frame of 1.5" x 1.5" stretcher bars (gallery wrap) or 5/8" x 5/8" stretcher bars (museum wrap). Your canvas print will be delivered to you "ready to hang" with pre-attached hanging wire, mounting hooks, and nails.

Design Details

Victor and Bobbie Moore once lived in a house constructed from the old floor joists of a grain warehouse on the site of a played out rock quarry. The... more

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Comments (4)

Kathi Shotwell

Kathi Shotwell

Love this version! I could live there...

David Patterson replied:

Thanks, Kathi! Well, if you look at the inside shots in my "Junk Castle" gallery, you might have second thoughts about living there!! :)

Pamela Baker

Pamela Baker

Love this ... great choice for B&W !! Interesting history too :):)

David Patterson replied:

Thanks, Pamela!!

Theresa Tahara

Theresa Tahara

Wonderful, B&W. Enjoyed the story. '-) v&f

David Patterson replied:

Thanks, Theresa...glad you liked the story!

Susanne Van Hulst

Susanne Van Hulst

That's cool......!! Love the B+W version.

David Patterson replied:

Thank you, Susanne!

Artist's Description

Victor and Bobbie Moore once lived in a house constructed from the old floor joists of a grain warehouse on the site of a played out rock quarry. The current owner of the property graciously gave me the opportunity to photograph the Junk Castle and other outbuildings built by Vic's family and friends. The "Junk Castle" was his 1970 MFA thesis assemblage sculpture. Although found pieces and assemblages of various sorts are pleasantly scattered about the property, the hulking mass of the junk castle stands vigil above the rest. The Junk Castle is constructed from so many different items, including sheet metal, tin, washing machine parts, dryer doors, miscellaneous housings, bedsteads, and even the door from a 1952 Oldsmobile. The castle is featured in several books including "Strange Sites" by Jim Christy, "Fantasy Worlds" by John Maizels, and "Fantastic Architecture" published by Abrams, Inc. Vic Moore taught art in the Pullman, Washington public schools and mentored thousands of studen...

About David Patterson

David Patterson

To view all my images that are for sale, please go to the following website: I am a very diverse artist, creating soft pastel paintings, digital photography, and colorful glass sculptures. My digital photography consists of a wide variety of images - Including Corporate abstracts, classic cars, Man Cave items, and scenes from the Pacific Northwest to the Adirondack Mountains of New York. My soft pastel paintings are mostly impressionistic landscapes and cityscapes. I have created over 150 beautiful solid glass sculptures. Though each painting, glass work, or photograph, has a special meaning to me, I want the viewer to walk away with their own emotions from the work - in this way they also become part of...

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