I've been making lots of rings lately. They're quicker and more fun than earrings because you only need to make one... So here are a few recently completed babies photographed and settling nicely into my etsy shop.
Being as I am an old art history major, I was pleased to discover ArtHistory101 on etsy. Marla's store is chock full of all that good stuff you've forgotton over the interveining years since that last art history class. Her printed tees are wonderfully soft and her drawings, sublime. You're sure to get delighted comments from friends you never suspected had art history in their background!
If you dream of the giddy world of Fragonard, or marvel at the engineering of a Gothic cathedral, or simply want to keep the 3 orders of classical greek columns close to your heart, I do recommend you check out ArtHistory101 (Their service is great too!)
All of you last minute shoppers are invited to join Sandy Visse & Debra Glanz along with guest artists, Betsy Bensen, Marilyn Nycum, and Dan Ennis for the gazillionth annual Holiday Sale & Party. In the offering will be the work that you have come to know and love with some amusing new stuff.
Saturday, Dec. 11 & Sunday Dec. 12 10am – 5pm At Sandy’s studio 8307 SW Homewood St., Portland OR 97225
For those in the Portland area who have not yet been to Sandy's studio, you may have seen it in your dreams. Right after I first saw it 3 or 4 years ago, I went home drew up the entire site plan, along with the water feature adjacent to it and handed it to my husband saying "I want this"! When you see me, please don't
ask if I'm in my new studio, ok?
Debra also has an etsy store where you can buy her work.
I'll have a variety of jewelry available, from stocking stuffers to special pieces you can add to your wish list.
The felted scarves of Marilyn Nycum and terra cotta tiles of Dan Ennis will be also be features. You;ll just have to come see those in person. We hope to see you there!