“One should never make one’s debut with a scandal. One should reserve that to give an interest to one’s old age.” –Oscar Wilde
So today is the first day of our first show of 2012 and so far so good…no scandal. We are in Baltimore at the American Craft Council Show and we are debuting three new lines of work.
The Odd World of the Littles
The Littles-I Will Keep You, ©Deb Kracht, ArtHead Studio (2012)
The Littles-I Will Keep You (detail), ©Deb Kracht, ArtHead Studio (2012)
A view into the life inside of vintage tins.
inHabit - Sucrets, ©Deb Kracht, ArtHead Studio (2012)
inHabit - Sucrets (detail), ©Deb Kracht, ArtHead Studio (2012)
Last year the Library of Congress decided to digitally archive all Tweets. I don’t personally use Twitter, but wanted to discover if there was anything actually worth archiving on Twitter and as it turns out, there was. And that is how reTweets came into being.
reTweet 6, ©Deb Kracht, ArtHead Studio (2012)
reTweet 6, ©Deb Kracht, ArtHead Studio (2012)
If you are in the Baltimore area, stop by the convention center (we are in booth 3602) and see the new work. It’s a great show with a lot of spectacular work.
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Patrick asks “Can you finish off all your Christmas shopping without ever leaving Facebook?”
"He's Watching You" ©Eric Barclay
Patrick Hamilton, of Ask Patrick, has made a list of 20 of his talented friends who may be able to help you wrap up your holiday shopping. We feel honored to be included in the list. Eric Barclay, the illustrator who created the image above is also included in the list.
If you are in the New York City area and need a ridiculously talented designer, Patrick is your guy.
Happy Holidays and thanks phamilto!
Yesterday we introduced you to Ginger. Today you get to meet Mr. Coleman.
JunkHead: Mr. Coleman ©Deborah C. Kracht, Artist
It’s getting down to the wire to wrap up holiday shopping. Why not avoid the crowds at the mall and shop handmade instead.
This weekend see Mr. Coleman in person at CraftBoston Holiday at the Cyclorama (we are in booth #507) and if you have time just a few blocks away check out SOWA Holiday Market at the Cathedral High School Gym.
In the Providence, RI area check out the Foundry Artists Show at the Pawtucket Armory and if you have time go to the 10th Annual Craftland Show in downtown Providence. Both shows in the Providence area have free parking and all purchases are TAX FREE!
I guarantee if you go to any of these shows you will not be disappointed. And you are sure to find gifts for everyone on your list. And you get the added bonus of meeting the artists.
Mr. Coleman thanks you for supporting local artists and buying handmade.
As we enter the busy holiday season I find myself spending all my time in the studio making JunkYard Dogs, BabyBots, JunkHeads and more.
JunkHead, © D.Kracht – ArtHead Studio 2011
Until last Saturday when we were hit with that insane Nor’easter. We were without power, heat and water for 5 days. So I lost 5 days in the studio…time spent sitting in front of the fireplace with layers and layers of clothes on trying to stay warm. Yesterday the power came back on and we are once again up and running.
reBuckle, © D.Kracht – ArtHead Studio 2011
With power we were able to stock our Etsy store with a suite of new reBuckles, a dog pound full of JunkYard dogs, BabyBots and JunkHeads. We will continue to add things to the store as they are crafted.
ScrapHead, © D.Kracht – ArtHead Studio 2011
It’s never too early to start scouting for fun holiday gifts. This weekend we will drop off work to be included in the DeCordova Museum’s 2011 Annual Artists’ Market. The Artists’ Market is worth checking out and while you are there check out the museum and the grounds, they are spectacular.
JunkYard Dog, © D.Kracht – ArtHead Studio 2011
With only one more weekend of shows* to go we are looking forward to wrapping things up and celebrating the holidays.
What better time than now to wish everyone Happy Holidays and to thank everyone for all the great support over the past year. We’ve had fun travelling around the country and meeting lots of interesting people.
We look forward to another successful year in 2011 — after a little break of course 😉
We leave you with this year’s Holiday Card.
- Armed only with presents and silly hats,
two girls single handedly unleash the holiday spirit.
Warmest thoughts and best wishes for a wonderful holiday
and a Happy New Year.
* 28th Annual Foundry Artists Gala Holiday Sale at the Pawtucket Armory in Pawtucket, RI (Dec 10-12)
* CraftBoston Holiday at the Cyclorama in Boston, MA (Dec 11-12)