Things On My Hutch




I love the meeting of these two creations above.
It looks funny and makes me smile.
Perhaps I ought to dress up the
wooden creature as a wolf, or as Granny?
Wooden figure antique unknown maker
from a Searsport, Maine attic.
Paper doll Izannah by Megan Womack.


The antique papier mache doll heads
I just sold to a wonderful lady.


This dollie above is very small - about 10" total.


Finally, I'd like to talk about the magazine Cloth, Paper, Scissors Studios. I made a comment a few posts ago about magazines like this. Sometimes when I've looked at Where Women Create I come away with an identity crisis. But the issue of Cloth, Paper, Scissors Studios had some "real" studios. The kinds where you might see a plastic bin, or wire shelving. The kind where you can see that someone actually makes art in it. Imagine my surprise when I saw that one of my favorite art duos was included in this magazine - go Joee, go Dylan, go Cart Before the Horse! I loved seeing where you make your wonderful creations. The Little Red below is a Cart Before the Horse creation, as is the Little Red picture. The little bear is by Claralie Hall and the pinkeep I won in a giveaway by Christine Crocker. I treasure them all!


"Do not let what you cannot do
keep you from doing what you can do."

John Wooden




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