Graham Berg American upcycle artist of Resource Revival has created a set of four refrigerator magnets from recycled bike chain – fly, be, explore, live – representing the four basic types of bike riding.
Shimmering random color on magnets ranging from 2.5″ – 3″ by American artist Ainsley Walden.
Ample slots for receipts, photos, business cards, etc. Head clamps around your grocery list or appointment reminder. Made of post-industrial leather boot scraps, gecko measures 12″ tail to tip. In orange only.
Available matted in 5″ x 7″, 8″ x 10″, and 16″ x 20″ with 5″ x 7″ also framed.
$39 – $35 – $135 respectively.
4″ x 6″ giclee or photographic prints suitable for framing or displaying in the hard cover portfolio case.
Choose machine- or studio-printed for $18 or $35 respectively.
Lightweight aluminum and acrylic frame suitable for stick-on picture hangers is available in the “Miscellaneous” category for $18.50.
Pictured: Water Drum, Djembe and Caxixi from Ghana; Gourd Shaker,Gourd Scraper and Panderetas from Peru; Nipple Gong from Vietnam; Frame Drum from Indonesia; and Goat Hoof Shaker from Bolivia.
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Mom’s Little Vase , Wine Bottle Stopper, Ring Holder, Aromatherapy Reed Diffuser, Paperweight, Oil Candle, Pen Holder, Perfume Bottle, Friendship Ball, Bud Vase,
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Often sited as the most beautiful valley in Vermont, the rolling limestone mountains of the Pownal Valley create long distance vistas not usually visible in the Green Mountains unless you own the mountaintop. WHAT? Vermont IS the Green Mountain State. It is, but the Gateway to Vermont is in the Taconic Mountains that aged more gracefully than the granite mountains to their East and far North. Created and signed by Gabe, my husband and co-owner of The Studio Club ArtWorks!, this scene is a studio-printed, archival print available in three sizes and starting at $25.00! American. Handmade. BUY ME!
This is a must-read for families with grade school-aged children. I have several people stop by the gallery every summer who have come to Pownal with their children to seek out the locations mentioned in Elizabeth Winthrop’s well-researched novel. The back story, once discovered, is almost as interesting as the novel, although perhaps the outcome was not so good for young Addie. Read more about that on my blog post of 5/31/11. BUY ME!