This piece wrapped and ready to go, sold Saturday before noon. Fantastic, big ticket item! This is a collaborative piece see that bird? I needle felted it. It’s a White Bellied Treepie part of the crow family, endemic to Southern India.
Magnus created the female torso and all of that stuff (see photo below) Sunday’s sales were ok a bit shy of my fantasy number.
I will definitely do this show again next year. If they will have me. I know exactly what to bring. Our next destination is Manayunk PA in June. We will be presenting our “Dancing Light” series and “By Land” series, reverse paintings on Lexan. stay tuned.
Packing up to go home I looked over and saw this! Kinda disturbing.... she’s ok we got her back to the studio and on her pedestal.
5:00 am set up so we got up at 3:45am, very quiet road travel. Convenient unloading but our space had big roots coming out of the ground. Ok, we have adjustable telescopic legs on our pro panels no big deal.
Hoisting the tent we had to push push, Duh, tree branches overhead. We never noticed the branches above in the dark.
Thank God we were on the shady side of the street. It was a beautiful day with a steady light breeze. Sales were pretty steady, one of the best shows we ever had and we still have Sunday to go. Thank you Customers for your support and thanks Howard Alan!
We will be selling handmade needle felted sandpipers.
They are made with organic wool and are poked with different sized needles into submission. Once the shape is to your liking then you add the colored wool. Glass eyes, legs and feet, beak, complete this realistic little birdie.
They are displayed in distressed white shadow box frames.
A selection of single bird, two bird, three and five bird configurations are available.
We also offer un-framed single birds in a variety of different positions. Prices range from 50.00 to 400.00.
“Last Light” by Brenda Gordon 30x40” oil on canvas framed 1200.00
Sculpture by Magnus with a handmade needle felted bird.
”Bird in the Hand” life size 3400.00
Brenda Gordon & Magnus Sebastian
This weekend (Memorial Day 2019) begins our adventures in traveling the country exhibiting and hopefully selling our artwork. In this blog, I plan to document our successes, critique the art festivals we participate in and anything else that might be note worthy.