Saturday, November 21, 2009

The Wood Horse

Puzzles of Wood

Dawnlight Aprons

Here this week and next.  Need to buy your aprons Now

Nine Artists

Santas and Elves

Women of Purpose

Purchase this jewelery and help women and children of Uganda, to have hope for Change in their lives.

Java Inn Snohomish

Java Inn is moving across the street from their old location on First Street in Snohomish.  While they are waiting to reopen, come an purchase organic coffee beans at the market.

Monkey Tree

Everyone needs to give a gift of monkeying around.

Cookie Lee Jewelry

I absolutely love what I do because I help women feel beautiful!  There is so much fun and joy in
helping my clients find just the right jewelry to help update, accessorize or give as gifts.  It's
my favorite part of what I do!  I am a wife as well as a mother of  two young & energetic boys.  I also have a heart for families who have children with special needs because I am a mother of a SPD child.
Cookie Lee has made a HUGE differnce in my life and given me more than I could have imagined relationally, financially and emotionally.

Call  or email me for more information at 206-724-8350,

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Light in Glass

Deverie Wood Stain Glass Artist

Deverie describes her design sense as intricate, but is quick to qualify it. "I don’t think I have one particular style," she says. "I had some custom orders where I did some abstracts, and I enjoyed them tremendously."

She has also worked in Victorian, Southwestern and geometric motifs.
Now, after being proprietor of her own retail store and teacher of art glass, she has come full circle, and then some—with interests in more publishing as well. She has successfully published five pattern books and is currently working on more!

Living in Full Color

 Marci Broderick

I love creating environments, which is my favorite thing. Envisioning worlds, making them real and animating them is a true passion for me. My superpowers: I can match just about any drawing style.

I also accept commissions for fine art. I work in a variety of media including bronze, pastel, oils and watercolor. Please see 'Contact' to contact me.

Living in Full Color

Cody Blomberg

The inspiration for his work comes from the children and folks who light up when they see my paintings; from my parents and family; from the strangers I draw/paint in my studies of the world around me; from artists that have come before me like Alice Neel, Duncan Grant, Franz Marc, Toulouse-Lautrec, David Hockney, Egon Schiele, Picasso, David Wojnarowicz, Diego Rivera, Brett Cook, William Walker; and from countless children’s book illustrators.

click here for Cody's blog

Living in Full Color

Lin Lamer

haS been drawing and painting from childhood. 
hAVE studied at the Gage Academy of Art in Seattle.
the latest workshop with John Morra.
All of the artwork  is  oil on canvas or board

Living in Full Color

Charlette Haugen Artist

She particularly enjoys creating and painting in an impressionistic yet realistic style, enjoying a variety of subjects and scenes, all of which challenge this watercolor artist. There are times when the subject calls for experimentation with other media or calls out for a non-objective approach. Therefore, abstract pieces will be found in her portfolio as well.

She has participated in a number of exhibitions and art venues, and her work has been selected for several juried events. Her painting entitled Village Vignettes was selected for the 2004 Magnolia Summer Festival poster. At the same show the People’s Choice award was bestowed on her painting Stonewalled, Through the Masts received the award in ’06, and in September of '07 her mixed media painting entitled America, America won an Honorable Mention award at the Puyallup State Fair. In February of ’07, Charlette was a featured artist at Parklane Gallery.

Monday, November 16, 2009

Cleaning up the Black Cat for the Holiday Market

Cleaning the floor

Windows are soooo dirty

Dotti Burton Artist

Dotti works in both a conventional and abstract style. Acrylic paints and mediums on canvas, board and paper. When properly finished these painting can be shown without glass which gives a contemporary and modern look for the home or in the corporate workplace. Great to give to anyone.

Dawnlight Aprons

Hostess and kitchen aprons prove true the old adage that beauty and style are timeless. Influencedby the romantic visions of a bygone era, and designed in vibrant colors, flirty patterns and figure flattering shapes, these fine quality, retro-chic cooking aprons make the perfect fashion accessory in or out of the kitchen. Email Dawn click here

Bella Joya

Jolie Maki grew up in the Northwest and her years of wanderlust in the natural world continue
to drive her creative inspiration.

Current medium is 18k gold, sterling silver and fine silver. With an interest in history and various world cultures, she has selected ancient metalsmith techniques, such as forging, chasing and repouss√© or the Korean technique called Keum Boo, to use in fabricating her pieces.

She is currently exhibiting at several galleries in King and Snohomish County area of Washington.