Tuesday, September 29, 2009

And More New Collage Pendants

you've seen this one before, but it was a crappy photo!
my all-time fave and of course its the one that sold :)

the tag on this one reads 'dance'

Monday, September 28, 2009

More Collage Pendants

just a couple of the collage pendants that made their debut at the group show. all the collage pendants are reversible (with painting on the backside) and are made with wood, acrylic paint, recycled gift cards and sterling silver.
couple more tomorrow.....

Sunday, September 27, 2009

Successful Group Show

Veronica Stewart-Cameron, Nicole Schon, me and Linda Hickey right
before Group Show No. 2 began!
Veronica and her eager helper, Bronwyn, showing off all the lovely Japanese papers and albums.
Happy customer rocking her new bling.

Nicole with her beautiful teapots and AMAZING tea.

Linda talking quilts (you should see the one I got!) with a prospective client.

Monday, September 21, 2009

Group Show No. 2

a creative collective featuring:

Stacey Maddock Designs

Pebblestone Papery
handbound albums & books

Linda Hickey
fibre art

premium teas & accessories

Saturday, September 26
10am – 5pm
2007 Ramsay Street SE
Calgary, AB

visa, mastercard, cheques & cash
gladly accepted

Wednesday, September 09, 2009

Pay It Forward Art

check out this new blog! this is such a great idea! i'm on the list and if you have even one creative bone in your body, you should too!! if you're interested contact amy weber, our pay it forward hostess :)

check it out! http://payitforwardart.blogspot.com/

Tuesday, September 08, 2009


BalladThis is a teaser from Maggie Stiefvater's BALLAD, a novel involving homicidal faeries and kissing that's coming out October 1st.

He turned towards me. For a long moment, he stood facing me. I was held, anchored to the ground – not by his music, which still called and pushed against the music already in my head and said grow rise follow – but by his strangeness. By his fingers, spread over the ground, holding something into the earth, by his shoulders, squared in a way that spoke of strength and unknowability, and most of all, by the great, thorny antlers that grew from his head, spanning the sky like branches.

Then he was gone, and I missed his going in the instant that the sun fell off the edge of the hill, abandoning the world to twilight.

Buy it here. Enter the contest at Maggie's blog here.