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.
Karen Skillett loves working in clay! Over the last two years, she has changed from polymer clay to high fire porcelain clay. She stacks colored clays, then slices through the cross section to reveal a pattern. The technique, referred to as nerikomi in Japan, requires careful planning and accidental surprise, resulting in one-of-a-kind jewelry. The fired porcelain is very hard and durable. The beads are combined with sterling silver to create the finished jewelry.
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.
LeAnne at South20studios is back with a new collection of flowers cut from car hoods to cheer up your winter garden.
She also has new holiday trees and pole totems inspired from African trade beads. She is known for incorporating found objects and recycled materials in her artwork. Her current work includes plasma cut metals, ceramics, and mixed media.
Mixed media remains Lisa Freeman's favorite medium, but she doesn’t stop there. Our “HAUL OUT THE HAPPY” showroom will feature her new sun catcher & wind chime designs.
The gal who brings us Rockbottom Honey and Moisturizing Whip is celebrating a bountiful harvest of Lavender this year. Yummy smudge sticks and bath bombs will surely sooth our senses, cleanse our thoughts and heal our souls.
Laurie creates kiln fused glass jewelry. She works primarily with dichroic glass, with its’ beautiful metallic properties and remarkable ability to alter colors at a glance!
Look for the wonderful patterns and textures in her earrings, pendants, crosses etc, and her wide range of colorful tiny ball and square shaped studs.
Bottles and Jars?? REALLY? Yes, really. If you are looking for a unique gift for a friend, or just something fun for yourself, check out the recycled glass jewelry the Summer's by artist Rita Sherman uses glass from broken bottles and jars and turns them into one of a kind jewelry. This is a lengthy process. First the glass is broken and tumbled for 1- 2 weeks. Then holes and attachments complete each unique piece topped off with a hand-wrapped wire bail.
KC Classics uses the finest ingredients to bring out the boldest flavors in our six gourmet cheese dips. We can pack in micro batches to ensure consistent flavors in overall quality.
Lori Woods is the owner of %B & CoCandlemakers. Her are handcrafted in small batches from top quality materials on location at our Brookside store.
Lizz has been doing stained glass for 33 years. She has taught classes locally and her work can be seen in homes, churches and businesses throughout the Kansas City area.
Steve gardens, creates and teaches regularly from his garden studio, From the Summer’s Garden, which continues to be a source for inspiration and raw materials in the joyful creation of fantastical, functional art for your garden and you. He likes to share ideas with people, showing them how to change their thinking about traditional garden décor to keep it fresh.
Natalie Thomas is a peculiar potter...well a Peculiar, MO potter! She has been throwing pieces for 18 years and is excited to bring her unique collection to The Twelve Days of Christmas...Haul Out The Happy.
With Natalie’s serving dishes, she wants to make sure that the pieces make a statement while making the food pop. To create the cheese platter she throws the platter on the wheel with a porcelain like clay. She partially slices the rim to create a spiraling effect. Her glazes are layered creating added design elements. All her pieces are microwave and dishwasher safe.
My teacher says," every time a bell rings an angel gets it’s wings". These angel vases are the perfect touch to your holiday home and can hold a sweet smell!
As always she enjoys her whimsical side. Check out the festive Fairyland in the garden. There are some new residents and they are decked out in holiday decor!