This whimsical fish made by hand of buff colored stoneware clay brings a grin. The open mouth creates a smile, while the fish seems to look you in the eye. The fish is glazed with three colors; of blue that blend with the clay color. inside the mouth there is transparent brown stain. The fish is seven inches long and four to five inched tall.
This whimsical tiny fish is by ceramic artist Sue Raymond. These small 3 to 4 inch fish are the newest of her fish series. Hand crafted from stoneware clay this fish will brighten up any wall. The fish is glazed with bright shades of blue. The bright spots stand out. The hanger on the back makes it easy to place in your home. I love creating silly fish that just might live in the depths of the ocean.
Carol Thompson is a well-known NW coast artist. For over 45 years Carol has painted every day, but during those years she has also been a regular clamdigger. Clamdigging is a natural subject for Carol. She is an expert at catching the physical movements, clam gear and wet sand involved in getting the clams into your bucket. Carol’s favorite colors is grey and she uses it well as she paints the fog that rolls in with the tide. This fine art print on canvas is signed and numbered. The gallery wrapped canvas is 9 X 12 inch. and ready to hang.
Silly stoneware toothpick holder. This handmade blue glazed monster with add fun to every kitchen or table. He stands on 4 legs with big ears and eyes. I love creating the whimsical monster series. This is the smallest I make, but all of the characters are designed to make people smile.
Nasturtium Garden House
Hand crafted from stoneware clay this 10 inch flower house will enhance any garden. This house has a heart theme, from the front window to the pink and red hearts on the roof and all around the house. The house stands on four thick feet allowing it to stand above the ground in foliage. The base has a hole in case the sprinklers get too close. With brightly colored glaze makes this a standout in any home garden.
Lisa Mattfield is an artist with thread, yarn and string. Her custom work is unique and a luxurious to own. Lisa works only with the best materials making your garment something that will last a long time. The Powder Blue Set is 100% wool making it warm yet soft. Warm finger less mitts cover wrists to allow for flexibility. The hat is large enough to fit all sizes. The pattern leaves to crown flat and easy to wear. The cowl neck can be worn in a variety of ways. Let the cowl neck find its own position means that no adjusting needs to be done. Other choices are to pull it over the head like a hood or pull it over the shoulders for a flattering neckline.
This set is beautiful, and wonderfully made.
This whimsical fish was made by Sue Raymond from buff colored stoneware clay. The open fish mouth grins at everyone, while the silly eyes seem to look you in the eye. The fish is glazed with three colors red, orange and yellow all of which mix with the clay color, inside the mouth there is transparent brown stain. The fish is 4 to 5 inches long and about three inched tall.
Lisa Mattfield is an artist with thread, yarn and string. Her custom work is unique and a luxurious to own. Lisa works only with the best materials making your garment something that will last a long time. Teal and Purple is 75% super wash wool and 25% nylon.
The set includes finger-less mitts and a 4 foot long scarf. (5 in wide)
David Shipley creates artworks that are hyper-realistic. At a distance they almost look like a photograph, but, then you look close and clearly see the flurry of brushstrokes. Shipley shows off his great skill in this painting of the swallowtail butterfly. It is hard to believe this real looking butterfly was created with paint, brushstrokes and an artist’s skill. The framed oil painting is 12X15 inches., and painted on masonite board.