Women of Woodworking – Kelly Meagher, Northwest Arkansas

Kelly Meagher is wood burner and stay at home mom living in Northwest Arkansas. She specializes in botanical wall hangings, and has a unique and interesting story behind her path to woodworking. Meagher grew up in Mexico with parents working in missions working to help support those trying to leave the drug trade. Her father... Continue Reading →

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Women of Woodworking – Motoko Smith, San Diego, CA

In a day and age where women are striving to have it all, Motoko Smith is no different. This San Diego based homemaker and part-time woodturner has found a way to blend together her family life and passion to create unique wooden bowls and turnings. Smith stumbled onto woodworking as she explored creative outlets for herself... Continue Reading →

Ketchup 2014 Part I

Happy New Year Everyone! Since I haven't posted to my blog since November, it's safe to say the past few months were a total blur and as well as a blast. I did manage to snap a few photos and explore some awesome new things since November, so here is Part I of the great Katie... Continue Reading →

Art with a BANGS Show

Joseph and I had the awesome opportunity to participate in a recent group show Art with a BANGS at Redux Studios in Charleston, SC. Produced also by our friends at Gris Galerie and the Charleston Shop Curator, a small group of artists were enlisted to customize a pair of BANGS shoes to be auctioned off... Continue Reading →

Layers of Lisa Bick

Everyone has a story to tell. What sets the different tales we tell apart is obviously 1. by how interesting the stories are and 2. How well we are able to tell that story. When it comes to artists their stories are best told by looking at what that person creates. Each brushstroke, angle of... Continue Reading →

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