This is Two Together. I'm removing the Etsy link for this piece, it has been sold!
in my Esty Store. It's available for $9.00.
My Etsy Store has new listings, as does my website.
Click here to see "Pomegranates," a new listing on my website.
There is an artist I want to introduce to you. Her name is Glenda Bailey, and I find her work amazing. The name of her website and blog is great, too, "TwoCoolTexans," how cool is that? So, here's a little about Glenda in her own words. I've included links to her sites, and you won't be disappointed for checking them out. Many of her works are created on gallery wrapped canvas, ready to hang without framing. Here are two of her recent creations:
"I do way too many things. But I love them all. How can I give up any? So, you
will see a lot of variety in my TwoCoolTexans Etsy shop. Oh yes, I am Glenda Bailey
from of course, Texas. I just cannot imagine being from anyplace else. We did get waylaid once for a time and went to Arkansas. Could not wait to get back home. I really
didn’t get into art while I was raising my children; I started after I became an empty
nester. Every morning when I get up, I just sail through everything in the "gotta do these
housework things" in order to get upstairs to my art room and get busy.
I would say that I am primarily a collage artist. And mixed media. But, I will try anything. Generally, my method of working is to ready a theme, (most of the time find a vintage photo to start)—then gather up everything in that genre (papers, found objects, paint and such). I just spread it all out around my work station and pull from it as I go. Works for me every time. I also teach classes in mixed media in the Dallas area. I don’t know which I enjoy more, making art or teaching. Every day is filled with creativity and wonder (and yes, occasionally housework)."
This will take you to Glenda's needle felted postcards, it is an incredible page full of her work.
Glenda's blog, her great website, and her Etsy store.
and, my mannequins are still hard at work!
Until next time...