Avid outdoorsman and underwater photographer, Barry Brown has spent the last 12 years documenting life above and below water in Curacao, Netherlands Antilles. He is currently working with the Smithsonian Institution documenting new Caribbean deep-water species and building a one of a kind database. His underwater images can regularly be seen in Sport Diver, Scuba Diver and on the Ikelite website. His image of a "Collage of Corals" seen under blue-light at night recently placed in the TOP 10 images for the 2014 NANPA (North American Nature Photographers Association) photo contest.


NEW!! Driftwood Christmas Tree. 12-9-12

-Divi Tree, 3×2 feet approx size, all wood from Saint Joris Bay, Curacao.

Close-up showing the fossil corals, stones, rope etc…

Overview of the base, otherside is decorated the same.

Hummingbird Nest.

NEW!! as of 3-17-12  Another fun Necklace Holder made from Driftwood, Flip-Flops, Rope and Old Sea Glass Marbles, all items found washed ashore in Curacao.

“Wall Hanger”

Instead of the desktop jewelry holders, I also have these that mount flush to the wall with just one hidden screw, a great way to dress-up an odd shaped area. Just two pieces of wood, Curacao 2010

“Little Buck”

Materials for this piece consist of driftwood, beach glass, old flip-flops, nylon cord (different colors), ceramic insulators and round stones with natural holes thru them. The eye’s (one on each side) are made from smooth beach-glass bottle tops and filled with cut pieces of flip-flops. Curacao 2011

“Ye Old Tree”

All materials for this piece excluding the small pieces of beach glass were found at Saint Joris bay. Curacao 2011

“Tahitian Temple”

This piece has three long hooks to hang your treasures on! Hooks are made from the roots of bamboo trees which are NOT found in Curacao. Most wood we find here all travels from other parts of the World. Curacao 2011


I named this piece after the giant statue of Christ that over looks Rio de Janeiro in Brazil. Material’s collected on Curacao’s rough North coast and Saint Joris bay. Curacao 2011

“Earing Holder”

Aimee is starting to get pretty good at wire wrapping and she loves making sea-glass earings.


Driftwood Table

“CURACAO” on the back of the Couch!

Driftwood Couch and Coffee Table

TV/VCR Driftwood Table

Standing Driftwood Book Case (SOLD)

Modern Art Driftwood Table

Driftwood Table

Paper Towel Holder

Driftwood Table

Paper Towel Holders

Driftwood Book Shelf

And another Book Case

This is one of the coolest pieces we have found here, it’s heavy hardwood and looks like a big African shield. Not sure what we will do with it, would be a perfect piece to carve something into it for display.

Easy to make Hat/Coat hanger

Everyone needs a Big Round Table! We found the top piece first then later found the palm tree trunk and put them both together, it’s very heavy!

Towel Holder left side

Towel Holder right side

Toilet Paper Holder in the bathroom.



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