WOOD GARDEN GATE #81-1
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Gable wood garden gates #81-1 features the lower pattern of dual Pattern Blocks and a peaked top rail.
Cedar fence gate #81-1 sent in from Seattle, WA. Flanked by 3rd-party fences and arbor. There’s a lot going on in a tightly spaced area. Disparate designs competing with a solid fence, two patterned flanking panels, the gate itself, and a plain muscular arbor, all within a visually busy landscape. And because of the planting schedule itself, it works.
After architecture and prior to the Design Dept under Buckminster Fuller, Prowell dallied in college at Southern Illinois University as a Fine Arts major. While others were painting live models and nude figures, he repeatedly turned in paintings of geometrical configurations that eventually had his professors suggesting Design over Art.
Wood Garden Gates #81 is not Prowell’s impressionist attempt at a nude. It is moreover an ineluctable need to configure lines and vectors and their variable intersections into a resulting graphic toward the gable gate #81.
Wood Driveway Gate #12 was created as a compliment to the gable gate #81. Busy. And yet utterly synmnetrical.
Los Gatos, CA
Our only site photo of the garden gate #81 with the driveway gate #12. Sent in from Los Gatos, California.
How the heck do I build a wood gate?
Charles at work on a typical gable gate #81-1. The upper patterns, seen below, are intended to lift the eye to the corresponding pitch of the top gable.
The only surviving photo of Charles’ college studio, situated in a small room off the sprawling basement shared by four others for one very crowded year. A sign of the times, perhaps (1970), with red elephants and Dali-esque meanderings. In the upper left corner one of the several paintings for Art-321A Live Model class, with it’s weave of lines and intersections that has very little to do with nude models and a great deal to do with any number of the current products offered by Prowell Woodworks.