Framed needlepoint, 12"x14", indoor use.
Intricate stitches, textures and fibers are employed here. Joyce has exhibited her craft in Norfield Grange and the Aldrich Museum.
This white bird, representing innocence, is landing in a safe place.
Elizabeth has exhibited in the Old Greenwich Art Society, the Bush
Holley House and Lockwood Mathews Mansion.
Cork, paint & decoupage. 5"x8"x9". Indoor use.
Wood, metal & paint. Working clock. 12"x18"x3". Indoor use.
Audrey is a professional painter with a clearly witty and whimsical side. This chick is a working clock, nearly losing all her eggs and with quite an attitude. Her works can be seen at the Green Art Gallery, the Carriage Barn, The White Gallery, the Bruce Museum's Fine Arts Festival and on the Stamford campus of the University of Connecticut.
Aluminum, wood. 21"x20"x14". Indoor use. WWW.DrewKlotz.com.
Drew is a nationally recognized artist who has been creating kinetic sculptures for over 35 years. His "wind sculptures" can be seen across the country and in art galleries and museums from New York to California.
Inspired by temples in Cambodia, this sparrow's sanctuary is a calming nest.
Reclaimed wood, 6"x6"x12". Outdoor use.
This handsome birdhouse is handcrafted from reclaimed western red cedar from Washington State.
Ceramic, 12"x6"x4". Indoor use.
Gail created a whimsical teapot with tiny birdhouse on top, surrounded by multi-textures and colors.
Wicker, rubber, glass. 24"x15"x14". Indoor use.
This aircraft carrier is made from repurposed materials. The "Haze Gray" paint matches that used by the Navy to paint their ships. An LED light under the glass dome lights the way.