This Week’s Theme: Door Knobs This delightful and flowery 1880’s Russell & Erwin door knob hales from the Antique Door Hardware Collector site. … More
This week’s MotD theme: Tis the Season for Peace I present my coloring/painting of this week’s Mandala of the Week: Tis the Season for … More
This week’s MotD theme: Crowning Glory A Slavic team of photographers, stylists, makeup artists and promoters known as “Treti Pivni” (or third rooster … More
This week’s MotD Theme: Glass Caroline Mouran, a British self-employed fused glass artist of The Glass Garden in Heathfield, East Sussex, created this delightful … More
This week’s MotD theme: The Color Red Dr. Thomas G. Barnes, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, captured this close-up photo of … More
In continuing my focus to showcase local (to me) paper artist on the MotD, I present Jeanne Heywood, of Sage Leaf Designs, who handcrafts these amazing paper puzzle boxes. What’s cool about this particular piece is that each of the individual pieces within this is a box in and of itself. AND…you can re-arrange the boxes three different ways…hence the puzzle part. Even the cover to this box is a work of art.
Can you see all the mandalas in this delightful painting?!?! Even the sheer curtains have little mandalas on them. I’m thrilled to showcase another amazing Willamette Valley (local) artist, Carrie Tasman and her piece entitled Anemone. I love her art and her use of bold, bright colors…the joy and whimsey that radiate from them, make my heart sing!