I love to paint and design dolls from paper and polymer clays. My husband Mike loves to make art from Driftwood from the Cumberland River that falls over the Cumberland Falls near our home in SE Kentucky. This blog is a chronicle of our work and what inspires us. A lot of my favorite things are antique dolls, surreal art and the sweet macabre if those two can go together. My husband is inspired by primitive art and the feel and smell of old wood. I hope you enjoy browsing through our pages.
Thursday, March 11, 2010
My Fun Raised Beds
Well we have spent all week working on these great raised beds. I have many more planned but these are a great start. We bought our topsoil from William's Nursery here in Whitley County. They have wonderful plants and always have a smile. So stop by and see them.
I have my peas planted and have my pipes ready for summer irrigation. Wish me luck. I will let you know how it goes.
Tuesday, March 09, 2010
New Pirate Painting
I have been working on some new paintings whenever I have a spare few moments and seem to be inclinded to work on Pirates. Pirates roam the high seas looking for treasures and danger. They inspire young men to leave home for adventure and young damsels of adventure and passion. This little guy just met his first mermaid.
Sunday, March 07, 2010
New Website New Day
I have decided to change the name of my website Cumberland Falls Arts. We live so close to this beautiful state park that I thought it would only be fitting to change the website in Cumberland Falls honor. Millions of visitors come to our hometown of Corbin Ky to see the Moonbow, the only moon bow in this hemisphere. We have such a wonderland of natural beauty and it is such an inspiration. I hope to add some wonderful pictures from this area regularly.
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