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Here you will find whimsical painted furniture, hand-thrown pottery, neon artwork, handmade Italian leather bags and pashmina scarves, and handcrafted custom peg dolls.  

All the contributors are listed in alphabetical order.  

If you would like to see your work displayed here, my only requirement is that you are personally known to me through yoga or SoulCollage® or Good Grief Group.

Contact me!

Kitten Borgers

Kitten is wildly creative, rescuing cast-off furniture and with paint and imagination, transforming these old rejects into whimsical works of art.

 Note the ballet shoes  - the original foot stool!

Contact Kitten by email or phone/text and check out her other endeavors (dog-sitting, pie-baking, pet portraits, landscape design/consultation) on the Services page.


Local Stoneware Pottery by Nicole

UPCOMING EVENTS

See and buy my work at the Mid-City Art Tour Open House/Studio :

June 1 & 2, 2019

11-4pm

2380 Golden Ave

Long Beach CA 90806


See my work on Instagram and/or contact Nicole directly via email or phone/text.


Nicole Cook

“Art is the expression of our pleasure in labor. “

John Ruskin


Each vessel is made with thought and care. Holding what is made by hand can contribute to a more mindful drinking of tea, eating soup, serving food to loved ones, or filling a vase with flowers. All pieces are hand thrown and trimmed on a kick wheel. Clay is worked in two conditions of wet, then dried and fired at extremely high temperatures.

Nicole Cook

“Art is the expression of our pleasure in labor. “

John Ruskin


Each vessel is made with thought and care. Holding what is made by hand can contribute to a more mindful drinking of tea, eating soup, serving food to loved ones, or filling a vase with flowers. All pieces are hand thrown and trimmed on a kick wheel. Clay is worked in two conditions of wet, then dried and fired at extremely high temperatures.


Linda Sue Price


I create wall hung neon art. The piece shown here is 15 x 15 x 10 inches and retails for $1500. I have been making neon art since 2005 and have exhibited in over a hundred shows. Elements of abstract expressionism, pop art, graphic design and historic neon signs influence my work. I opt to bend primarily free form as opposed to pattern--the traditional way of bending neon.

Dancing in the fires describes how I bend neon tubes. As the glass starts heating over the natural gas, I watch to see how the glass is moving. Some times it goes my way and other times I follow the glass. The goal is to create a smooth shape. Each tube I bend is unique because there is no pattern. I see the abstract forms as a representation of fluidity and change; and as a way to see neon from a different perspective.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Coming up on May 19, I am co-hosting an Open Studio from 1 - 5 p.m. @ 7712 Gloria Ave., #4, Van Nuys, CA. See the neon process in action.


On June 1 and 2, I’ll be part of the  Mid-City Art Tour Biennial 2019 from 11 am to 4 p.m. on both days @ the Artist’s CoOp, 1330 Gladys Ave., Long Beach, CA


More info here at Linda's website. 

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Nancy Rodenhurst has been painting in oils for over twenty years. Subjects are usually seascapes or landscapes of her beloved Hawaii. Prices up to $300. For further information call/text her here.

The four Buddha heads above are four distinct canvasses. They can be arranged to form a block or a line or whatever you like. The price for the set is $100. Nancy brought the paintings to yoga today for me to photograph; one of the regulars jumped on them: "I had no idea you paint! Would you sell them to me?" To me she said, "I love them! Plus, I know Nancy!" This is exactly why I wanted to do this in the first place. 

Nancy Thomas

Nancy and I go back almost 30 years, since our daughters were together in preschool. Nancy has created her own business, Andiamo, selling exquisite handcrafted leather bags made in Italy, and pashmina scarves from

all over the world. 

More info here at Nancy's website.



Jen Wagner

Jen is my husband's nephew's wife, pictured here with her little girl, Nettie. Although Jen is the exception to my rule that you have to have taken some class of mine to be featured here, she does share my birthday, which makes us twins who can break the rules. Besides, Jen is responsible for the creation of the little peg dolls who represent these pages. Jen says, "It all started because I wanted Nettie to have some toys that represent her so I painted my own."


How to Contact Jen:

Click here to purchase Jen's dolls on Etsy or 

email Jen with your own custom requests. She does pets too!