I finished this jewelry box last year and it moved into its new home today. Several months ago a woman asked me if we had any others. As I showed her another I was working on she stated "No....I would have bought this one if it wasn't painted" :-) Glad it was still here for the taking today!
We have had Dragonfly Lady Jewelry here in the gallery for the last year. She sells mostly on line and is a jewelry maker from Sheridan, Wyoming. Her pieces are all original and never duplicated....the very reason we only have locally hand crafted work here. So whether you go to her site on line or come into the gallery to see the work first hand, you will only see one of a kind pieces
These two have been sold many months ago....in fact Bob's work turns over quite fast in the gallery due to his reasonable pricing. The turquoise inlaid bowl was my personal favorite but it was gone within a week. Due to the media, no two are ever alike. I'm anxiously awaiting his turntables that are coming soon
We had butterflies everywhere in our zinnia garden during the month of September. I'm definitely planting giant Zinnias again next year
Finished this little stool recently. I put a price of 40 something on it? Simple little accent piece to rest your feet on or use for a teeny weeny side table
If you haven't been to the Vore Buffalo jump ..... you gotta put it on your list! We finally stopped in and took the 20 minute tour ( that's all the time we had to spare that day) and it was one of those places you walk away from in wonder. I guess it is a rarity as it is a sinkhole jump, not off of a cliff, therefore all the bones were covered over for centuries and it is now an archeological dig. It was worth the tour and it is on the north side of interstate 90 when traveling east to the South Dakota border. The exit past the jump will take you around to the frontage road on the north side of the interstate. It's just 5 minutes off the highway.
I have been working as a painter and colorist since 1991. In 2008 I opened the first In Color Gallery in Cottage Grove, Oregon. The gallery featured my floor cloths and painted accents but with the addition of 30 plus local artists from the area. In 2013 Chris and I returned to Wyoming and in 2015, we had the opportunity to reopen In Color Gallery......again inviting the artists and crafters from the area to show their unique work. This blog gives me a chance to share some of my work and also whats new in the gallery