Jake Marshall works in watercolor and is a member of the Kansas Watercolor Society. His painting style reflects his background in design, and his choices for subject matter can be attributed to his love of flowers, birch bark, pine trees, and birds. He also has a quirky sense of humor as evidenced by his watercolors of dogs, feathers, shaving brushes, and dirty baseballs. Jake will have framed watercolors, notecards, and calendars in the sale.
From Farm... to Jewelry”
Patty Casalou, Overland Park, creates unique jewelry from natural materials primarily sourced from her family’s farm, Meulebeke Market, Lenexa. By incorporating natural materials such as dried botanicals including gourds, flowers, leaves, corn husk, etc. every piece becomes a one-of-a-kind.
Mosaic-decorated containers & trays, coaster to serving size. Fine Hand-knit accessories. Phyllis Carlyle uses quality yarn and original designs to create scarves, shawls and hats for great gifts or your own wearing pleasure.
Darling Trillium l drawstring bags are made by Phyllis Carlyle from quality quilting cottons.
Frank lives in Lenexa and has been woodworking for over 30 years. He is especially attracted to the colors, textures and graining of exotic woods from around the world. He likes to use these woods to create patterns and color in many of his projects, that make them more interesting and pleasing to the eye. His joy is in developing new ideas and creativity.
Bemby Yocum began her career at Hallmark Cards. She uses her experience as a greeting card and graphic design artist to create all kinds of items for this sale. Bemby has had fun creating fun wooden items to display, cards, gift bags, pallet wood signs, and much more for your enjoyment. Bright colors, a bit of whimsy and even a little rustic characterize her work.