This weekend I'm participating in a Holiday Sale with my friend Lisa Goldberg at her studio. We'll be open Sat., Dec. 3 from 1-4 pm and Lisa's studio is located at 4619 Meredith Road in Yellow Springs, Ohio.
Lisa makes beautiful hand-built functional ceramics that can be used in daily life and also creates mixed media masks that are often embellished with found objects. She fires her ceramics in a soda-kiln located on her property. To see more of her work, visit her website.
"Covered Bridge" the last available quilt from the Glen Helen Series of six art quilts
The Glen Helen Association's Annual Nature Arts & Crafts Show is this coming Saturday, November 19 from 9 am-5 pm and Sunday, November 20 from 11 am-5 pm. It's at the Glen Helen Building, 405 Corry St., in Yellow Springs.
The show is a fund-raising event for Glen Helen, a 1,000 acre nature
preserve located in Yellow Springs, Ohio and owned by Antioch College.
This is the 30th
year for the event which features nature-related art and fine crafts
made by local and regional artisans including photography, watercolor
and oil paintings, jewelry, stained glass, fiber arts, pottery,
sculpture, and many other wonderful items.
The $4 admission fee goes to Glen programs. There is a coupon for $2 off the admission on the website and you can see a list of all of this year's artists including photos of their work on the Glen Helen's website.
Recently I was contacted by someone who works at a pet obedience school and they were hosting a Dalmatian Specialty event and wanted something to give to the participants (the people, not the dogs).
They decided they wanted some wine glass coasters in black and white and dog related. I found the bone and paw print fabrics on-line and paired them with some black spots on white and white spots on black. Pretty cute!