Prior to 2006 Greensboro NC artist, Tripp Gregson, focused primarily on functional art made from recycled wood salvaged from old houses and buildings. This furniture, with itâs southern-flavored quasi Arts & Crafts style was quite popular, though it tended to limit the artist to one-of-a-kind pieces made from local varieties of wood. Early on, Gregson found that some of this reclaimed wood was well suited to making painted furniture, and with the addition of traffic signs being a natural adjunct to the bright paint and colorful graphic patterns, the jazz series was created.
The TrippworX name was adopted as metal eclipsed wood and new materials accelerated the varieties of Gregsonâs art.
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