It’s my second Bedlam Farm Open House On-Line Gallery. I did this last year after the Saving Simon Open House and it was a big success.
All those wonderful pieces of art that are easy to ship and still available from the Open House Exhibit in my School House Gallery are now for sale right here.
So if you couldn’t make it to the Bedlam Farm Open House this past weekend, you can still buy something from my Gallery.
There’s one of Kim McMillan’s felted purses still available. This one is called “Summer Flower”. It’s 8″ at the bottom and 6″ at the zipper. From top to bottom it’s 6″. Kim hand embroidered it and used one of her metal vintage buttons for the center of the flower. It’s perfect for holding the necessities. “Summer Flower” is $40 + $7 shipping. If it’s just what you’re looking for, you can email me at [email protected]
I also have some of Karen Heenan’s “Grow With Me” girls dresses. These are all made with repurposed fabric, most of it vintage. They can be worn with a t-shirt or long sleeves under them in the cooler weather. They are all $35 + $8 shipping. If you see one that would be just right for the little girl you know,let me know at [email protected].
And I have two wall hangings available…
Our Hara lies about two inches below our belly button. It the place our life force inhabits, our energy center. I had forgotten that we can think with other parts of our body, not just our brain. We can also think with our hearts, where our emotions live. Or we can think from our Hara, the place of instinct. So when my brain starts taking me to bad places I’m remembering to think instead from my gut, from my Hara. When I do, my brain gets quiet and the reality of where I am and what I’m doing becomes clear. That’s the place I made this wall hanging from. My Hara.
I stitched Thinking from my Hara on a Vintage Cotton Napkin. It’s about 24″ square and is $125 + $10 shipping. If it speaks to you, just let me know at [email protected]
Glory Dog was inspired by a drawing I did a couple of weeks ago by the same name. It’s the first piece I’ve made that has Fate in it. You can see her curled up in a circle sleeping, the sun’s rays emanating from her. Don’t ask me to explain the rest of the imagery, it’s just what happened when I started to sew.
Glory Dog is about 22″ square and is also stitched on a Vintage Cotton Napkin. It’s $125 + $10 shipping. If you’re interested in it, just email me at [email protected]
I also have some potholders for sale. You can see the patchwork ones I have available on my Buy My Art page. You can click here to get there. But I also have 3 Tree Potholders for sale. They are stitched on Vintage Hankies. They are $23 each + $5 shipping for 1-2 and $7 shipping for 3. If you see one you like, you can email me at [email protected]
Thanks for coming to my Open House On-line Gallery. If you see something you like or have any questions, just email me here at [email protected]
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If it is still available, I would love to purchase Glory Dog.
It is Suzy, I’ll email you. Thanks