I’m beginning to think of the Bedlam Farm Open House. It’s not too far away, June 10th and 11th. As of today I know all the artists whose work I’ll be showing and selling in my School House Gallery.
I’m still working on getting photos and writing about each artist, but I spent this morning working on the Events page of my blog. Like I said, I’m not done yet, but you can visit the Events page at the top of my blog to get a feel for what’s happening at the Farm that weekend.
One of the artists whose work I’ll be showing is Ed Gulley.
I’m sure many of you know Ed from his and his wife, Carol’s blog Bejosh Farm Journal.
Ed’s an artist and a farmer. And he uses all the stuff that he finds around his farm to make his art. He calls it Junk Art.
It may start out as junk, but by the time Ed gets done welding and tying and drilling and bending metal, that junk becomes art. Some of it is functional, like his wind chimes which he has been selling like crazy on his blog.
Ed has spent his life around animals, and his love for them is expressed in his sculptures ability to capture their essence.
You can read more about Ed Gulley, his art and his farm here.