NEWPORT News, Va. (WAVY) — All through the pandemic, a museum of types has sprung up in a backyard in Newport News.
Its curator is Amber Wyatt, who life with her spouse in the Richneck area.
“Our goal is to have very considerably our overall fence all the way about protected in artwork,” mentioned Amber Wyatt.
The concept began about 7 months in the past, when Wyatt and her husband identified them selves with leftover lumber from a constructing venture.
“What superior way to use them than as an art challenge?” Wyatt explained.
They cut it into smaller pieces, sanded them down and began giving them absent to pals, loved ones and neighbors to paint and return.
“There’s so much annoyance that’s been likely on, it is just kind of a time that you acquire and unwind and enjoy it,” she stated. “It’s been a entertaining adventure, just viewing what everybody comes up with.”
Submissions have come from 3-12 months-olds all the way up to an 84-calendar year-outdated, and from as far away as Texas.
Wyatt continue to has lumber items and plenty of place on the fence. If you’d like to paint a piece, speak to Amber via email to prepare a safe pickup location.