WASHINGTON — SunRay Kelley describes natural building as observing the world around you and finding ways to integrate the designs and materials. The Washington-based artist, who is nationally recognized for his treehouses and sculptures, also recycles vehicles by building them out as gypsy wagons.
A one-of-a-kind build! All photos by Nikki Cleveland (author) – Gypsy Wagon built by SunRay Kelley
The cedar-sided caravan was built on a Toyota Dolphin front end. It has large windows on both sides, as well as skylights and a large front window.
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