The rustic and modern wall decor styles are all becoming popular in Wisconsin and other Midwestern states as the U.S. economy is getting back on track and as residents return to work after the Christmas holiday.
The new rustic style is called “mixed-media wall decoration” or MMWC and it comes in all shapes and sizes.
The trend started in Milwaukee, where an artist named Mark Geddes created the MMWA wall art with an array of colorful materials including fabric, paper, and painted glass.
Gedds said he was inspired by a local resident who told him he had found an old fireplace he had kept locked up for years.
Gabbes painted a mural of the fireplace, and the walls and ceilings of the home were covered in MMWCs.
The homeowner told The American Courier that the art has become a fixture in the house.
Geddes said he is also inspired by the work of German-born artist Peter van den Bruggen.
He says he’s been trying to create a new type of wall art for a long time and has been inspired by van den Budden’s paintings of wood and concrete.
Van den Buddens work is an homage to his mother who was a pioneer in woodblock printing and was inspired to make a wooden book, The German Book, after a conversation with her grandfather.
The woodblock book was used to make the first edition of the Bible.
The text on the book was printed in wood.
“I always thought, ‘What’s the most amazing thing about wood?
Van den Brughens MMWCCs have a more modern twist. “
I never thought I’d get to see my son and I never thought we’d see each other again.”
Van den Brughens MMWCCs have a more modern twist.
They’re not painted with traditional colors like wood, but with vibrant colors that are inspired by everyday objects like the color of a car’s dashboard.MMWCs also are becoming more and more popular in the U, as residents and businesses are returning to the workforce after the holidays.
There’s been a surge in the number of MMWc paintings on the walls of businesses in the Milwaukee area.
For example, an artist in the city of Milwaukee, who asked not to be named, said the MWC paintings on her office’s wall were so popular she had to hire a new stenographer.
She said the art had been popular in Milwaukee since the 1970s and is now used as wallpaper, wall murals, and other decorative art throughout the city.
She said it has become so popular that she now pays $25 for a MMWCA.
While the art is popular, Gedd’s MMWCM is gaining a lot of attention.
“We were trying to capture some of the excitement and excitement of the art scene in Milwaukee and we wanted to do something really, really modern,” Gedd said.
“So I wanted to take inspiration from that and take that out of the tradition of making art and use it to help people live better.”
Gabbes said his MMWCDs are a lot more modern than the other wall decor pieces he’s used to decorate.
He said he wanted to create something that would not be seen in an industrial environment, so it’s not going to be too easy to spot the original piece.
“It was really about the feeling of living in a modern world,” he said.
Gabbs said his work has been featured in local magazines and has also been featured on the covers of newspapers in Milwaukee.
He hopes to do more MMWccs in the future and hopes to continue to work with other artists to make more MGWCs for their homes.