Lynn is a life long gardener as well as a retired graphic artist and art teacher. So it is natural for her to make art that enhances the gardens where she spends so much time. This winter she had a wren inadvertently spend the winter in her plant room after it snuck in with the house plants coming in for the winter. That turned her thoughts to bird houses. Houses for birds and also whimsical houses just for fun and decoration - to be enjoyed indoors or out. Lynn enjoys transferring the textures of nature (and other cool stuff!) to her slab constructed pieces. They will be at home nestled among your garden plants or on a sunroom shelf. They make her happy - to make and to look at. She hopes they bring your garden and home the same joy.
Lisa Freeman loves creating her works using countless mediums. From fibers to metal to beads to wire, Lisa seems to wake up in a different studio every day. For “Sunny Side of the Street” Lisa will fill our space with a fresh batch of Rockbottom Whips and Wax Sachets, colorful smart phone purses, Wacky patchwork pillows, enchanting wind chime “Angels” and “Fairy Garden Fairies”, and her always-popular artsy greeting cards.
Bemby Yocum, a former Hallmark artist, uses her graphic design and illustration background to create original pieces that will uplift and inspire you. This spring, along with other original pieces, she has created several fresh new designs that can be purchased as greeting cards or message blocks. Bemby’s use of bright colors, soft illustrations, and her use of inspiring quotes will be just the right card or gift for yourself or for you to send to encourage your friends and family.
Steve invites you to join in the fun at "Shinin' So Bright. He opens his studio and gardens for you to experience and discover handmade gifts for you and your family and friends. He works primarily in concrete, hypertufa nd handmade paper.
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A visual artist with vast creative experience, Eric Barlow thrives on bringing his vision to life through custom projects. The foundation of his creations is reclaimed, recycled and salvaged wood. Inspired by the beauty that surrounds us but can sometimes go unnoticed, Eric focuses on highlighting that beauty for all to experience in new and intriguing ways. Eric has long appreciated the beauty, durability and texture of reclaimed wood, which is why he includes preserved, cherished wood resources in his work. Eric’s customized pieces reflect the style and personality of their buyers, allowing him to explore his creativeness through a multitude of outlets. To learn more about Eric Barlow Studios, visit www.ericbarlowstudios.com and follow us on Facebook and Instagram.
With covid-19 this year I'm sure that you'll see, that motivation for art was so hard for me.
But with spring here and all things a bloom, the art also blooms inside of my room.
The glass that I have, it's time to cut and bake. Spring flowers, birds and rain gauges I'll make.
Things for your garden and home you will see. If you like it, then buy it and yours it will be.
A piece from an artist is a wonderful thing you know. They put their heart and soul into each piece in the sale.
LeAnne at South20Studios uses a variety of materials with salvaged and recycled components. She likes the juxtaposition of things that appear to be at odds with each other. This spring she has been busy cutting car hoods and mixing the metal in totems, mosaic flowers, and even sterling silver earrings.
Her colorful totems can stay out year round. Spring totems include owls, birds, flowers, and protective eyes.
Spring has also inspired new mosaic fish. No pond necessary, these fish can add a punch of color and thrive among your plants year round.
Her mosaic and metal flowers can turn you into an instant success with no care or watering. Look for the unusual purple hood and some new flower colors.
Natalie Thomas, pottery artist and owner of Blue Mountain Pottery, has been throwing pottery for almost 20 years. She has a love for garden art and is excited to share it with you!She is introducing a new style of garden flower this spring. The daffodils are out and are bringing some sunshine to the garden. They can be used to hold bird feed or water for our feathered friends. We can’t forget our amphibious friends either. Natalie has wheel thrown toad houses in brightly glazed blues and turquoise colors. It’s always nice to hear the gentle sound of bells while relaxing in the garden. Natalie has created wheel thrown garden bells using sunshine stencil designs. Other garden delights Natalie has created include honey pots, solar flowers, wall flowers, gnomes, fairies, trolls and so much more!. Perfect for the Sunny Side of the Street spring theme.
The Corner Candleshop celebrated their re-branding with a ribbon cutting ibn Brookside. We celebrate Lori Woods and her fine candle shop which has been a feature in Brookside for 17 years. Lori makes the candles for our various themed sales and she has a great line-up in the works for Shining' So Bright opening November 5 and running through November 22.
For over 35 years, Lizz Dorgan has been bringing the visual beauty of color to life with her unique stained glass designs. Her newest holiday creations meld glass and the joy of the season into one-of-kind pieces that will catch the sunlight and spread warmth through an array of color as a reminder of this joyous season. Each piece has been handcrafted specifically for this event giving buyers the opportunity to spread holiday cheer with a beautiful gift or to take home a distinctive treasure that will enhance the beauty of their own holiday decor.