The chair for the Tourism office is done and has been delivered. Love, Love, Love the way it turned out. The green plaid is all around the outside of the chair and matches the wall color great!
This is what greets you as you walk in to the office and, I may be prejudice, but it does make quite a statement. I love it so much I am going to make another chair with the horse on the back. Or should I do jockey silks?
This is one of the fun chair frames that I came home with from my hunting expedition. I love the whimsical nature of this chair... Can't you see the back being the body of a lady... a head attached on the top and her bottom and legs down the front? O.K. so most people are not going to have something like that in their house, but maybe I will. Jeff is used to my quirks! But ...the artistic creative part sounds like a lot of fun. What do you see when you look at this frame?
I plan to work on this chair when I take The Upholstered Chair Workshop with Bobby Allen in September.
The work on the "For Sale" house continues. It takes a special Aunt to come help clean off all the dried paint that was left there long before the kids moved in!! Check out the finished results on our Facebook page. It is finished and it only took a week and a half... every night, that is, and 4-5 people per night!! Hopefully it will sell just as quick! Now to move on to help where needed with the new house. Thanks Kim for all your support! Now let's decorate and concentrate on your new place!!
This was fun to see how one style can be made into 3 totally different pillows. Let me know if you want instructions on how to make these.
Here is one proud lady!! This is Judy's first painting produced in the oil painting class with Mary Sasse. It really turned out beautiful and the detail in the flowers is totally amazing.
I so look forward to Friday mornings and time to play with oils. And that really is what we do. The 2.5 hours goes by so fast and we learn so much each week.