Thursday, May 28, 2009
Raney is an amazing artist and her primitive village scenes and whimsical halloween painting is not something you will want to miss. There is so much detail in her work and I will let the pictures tell the story themselves.
A Little About Apple Hollow: Raney White is a Massachusetts folk artist. Applehollow is where Primitive Americana Village Scenes with Saltbox houses, white picket fences, American Flags and Apple Trees come alive on Pottery, Wood, Canvas and Clay. Where Olde New England Witches, Comical Jack-o-Lanterns, and Large Black Crows take you back in time to that magical time of the year with one of a kind Vintage Halloween Reproductions!
Check Out Raney's listings on EBAY
Or stop by and visit her website Apple Hollow Folk Art
Friday, May 22, 2009
Sarah is a wonderful Mother, artist and teacher from the Pacific Northwest. She works in colored pencil as well as acrylics. She has a special gift for her whimsical aceo's but works with canvas and wood, anything she can hold down!
She has done a awesome collection of witch shops recently and the inspiration and ideas just keep coming.
Visit Sarah's Etsy shop to see some more wonderful creations and prints in this limited edition line. Cottage Garden Studios on Etsy
You can visit Sarah's blog here Cottage Garden Studio Her work can be found on ebay as well as etsy and bonanzle.
Sunday, May 10, 2009
Raney's new listing is very cool, I just love her style of folk art!
This is a quality Photo Print of One of My Original "Witches In Trees" Designs that I did. In this Matted and Framed scene, there are 9 Witches who live on Three Moon Farm, in the Village of Apple Hollow just down the road from Olde Salem Town. There is a whimsical Farm House, a Barn, Pumpkins, Trees, Picket Fence, a Wagon, 9 Witches, Stars and a Smiling Full Moon. The Signed and Dated Photo Print measures 4" x 6" and the Black Wooden Frame measures 9-1/2" x 7-1/2". This is the wonderful Collectable Piece to Hang just about anywhere in Your Home for some Year Round New England Folk Art Charm! Thanks for stopping by!