Seems like fall has come early this year…the leaves are already starting to turn. We are sad to say goodbye to summer, but look forward to a beautiful fall. The cooler weather opens the fall show season for us, starting with the Paradise City show in Northampton, MA the weekend of October 11-13.
And as soon as we are done with that show we make our way to Northport, Alabama for the Kentuck Festival of the Arts on October 18-19. Treat yourself to extra amenities as a Patron of the 2014 Kentuck Festival of the Arts. Details about becoming a patron can be found at www.kentuck.org/festival_patron.html.
I am honored that the folks at Kentuck chose to use one of my JunkHeads in the patron pamphlet.
And now it’s back to the studio to continue to make things to bring to these shows. We look forward to seeing you at Paradise or Kentuck.
This summer my nephew, John, is getting married and he and Katelyn asked if I could make their wedding cake topper. Katelyn loves giraffes and owls and so that was the starting place and from their bits of their life were incorporated.
…and so it begins
pieces & parts
giraffe in the wild
…it’s coming together
..and it’s done!
This was a fun project and it turned out better than even I expected.
To see other commissions I have worked on, check out the commissions page on the ArtHead Studio website. What’s the most interesting wedding cake topper you have ever seen?
At the beginning of this year we added an online store to our website at www.ArtheadStudio.com/shop … and so, on April 15, 2014 we will be closing our Etsy store. You have a few weeks to check out what is in the store and snap it up before we close the Etsy doors for good.
Going forward we invite you to take a look through the window of our new online store, and like Patti Page, you too could be singing “How much is that doggie in the window?” Bookmark the new store page (www.artheadstudio.com/shop) and come back often as we are adding new stuff all the time.
Leave us a comment and let us know what you think of the new store.
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I am excited to announce that we started 2014 by launching our new online shop (www.artheadstudio.com/shop) which is now an integral part of the ArtHead Studio website.
On cold winter days in New England, when I have not been on snow removal duty, I have been in the studio creating lots of new things for the shop and preparing for my first big show of the year — the American Craft Council Show in Baltimore.
Here’s a sneak peek at what I am bringing to Baltimore!
Who among us doesn’t love cheese doodles?
If you are a fan of Portlandia, as I am, all I can say is “Put a bird on it!”
New this year are JunkHeads in vintage boxes. These can stand on their own or be hung on a wall.
And of course we will bring a selection from The Odd World of the Littles.
And our booth wouldn’t be complete without several reTweets. I have finally embraced Twitter and invite you to follow
For those of you who need moving parts how about one of these little guys who will be happy to stick his tongue at you anytime.
So if you are near Baltimore next weekend, come see me in Booth 4217 at the Baltimore Convention Center.
As we finish up our year of shows this weekend in Providence, RI at The Foundry Artists Holiday Show, we would like to take this opportunity to say Thank You and Happy Holidays to all of you.
2013 krÄko Holiday Card | “Paint The Town”
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