Found, reclaimed and resurrected, a puzzled mosaic sculpture of poplar, cedar, hemlock and pine blocks held within an antique window frame. Pieces of wood that have been discovered in abandoned barns in Maine, saved from kitchen remodels in Massachusetts, pulled out from a razed rectory built in 1893, worn by Moosehead Lake. Colors may range from ebony to putty to beige to grey to umber to brownish red- soft washes that highlight the grain of the wood. Each block has been individually cut, shaped and sanded to smooth out the ravages of time. Contemplative and serene, this sculpted wall piece fits beautifully into all décor, from modern to country.