Thursday, June 28, 2007
Next weekend, July 7-8, is our official beginning of the summer art festival season. The Sisters, Oregon Summer Faire is always a great show. You never know what the weather will be like--hot sun, rain or cold with the occasional snow flurry.
If you'd like more information about this show, please visit the Sisters Chamber of Commerce.
Sunday, June 10, 2007
This ancient Mexican Spiral Hand symbol pendant was made by Jo from earthenware clay. This piece was glazed with a dark chili pepper glaze before firing. The necklace is beaded with delicate turquoise beads. The pendant hangs from the necklace with Hill Tribe silver jump rings.
Dave has just listed a new carved Itty Bitty Hitty doll on eBay! She is carved entirely from ancient Mammoth ivory and stands about 3 1/4" tall.
Click below to view the eBay listing.
GMA OOAK Carved Mammoth Ivory Itty Bitty Hitty eBay listing
Jo has just listed two new necklaces on eBay!
The first, is this Celtic Fish Pendant that she created from earthenware clay. The pendant had an oregano glaze added before it's final firing. Jo likes to use as many organic materials as possible in her jewelry and this pendant shows it. There are gorgeous turquoise beads, carved bone, very old Bauxite African trade beads and African trade copper. The jump rings are Hill Tribe silver (99.9% solid silver).
Saturday, June 02, 2007
Sadly, we had to come home after the "Crafts on the Coast" show last weekend. Yachats is one of those quaint Oregon coastal villages that you never want to leave. The show was wonderful--Violet and Jeanne are always such gracious hosts and we look forward to returning for the November show.