My week in phone photos

A look into my week via Instagram cell phone photos:


Mr. Sharkey and I attended Art Walk this past weekend in downtown Akron.  We were lucky enough to watch handmade glass artists in their studio working on their projects.  I was amazed by their hand blown glass ornaments!

It's funny to me that the event is called Art "Walk" but you actually can't really walk to all the different gallery locations! {Unless you want a good exercise on your Saturday night}  So instead, you trolly around downtown to three different areas :)

Part of my Sunday was spent playing with Dr. Seuss fabric.

I finally added some new dog bow-ties to the shop! You can purchase one here with coupon code BOWTIES1111.  20% of the sales until Nov. 21 will be donated to the Midwest Boston Terrier Rescue!

I started a new project at my Tuesday night open studio time at the Richfield Art Studio.  The owner, Sarah, had this great idea to make clay canvases and carve them into something pretty.

This week I couldn't stop working on art projects.  A colorful little painting I made for my workspace. 
One thing I love to do with my Dad is visit antique stores.  We have been doing that for years now visiting some in southwest Ohio and Tennessee.  These cameras are my favorite vintage items I have collected over the years.  Yesterday I got them off my shelves, dusted them off and used them for some photography props for blog photos.

New coffee creamer.  It's pretty awesome.

My clay canvas diptych carvings are complete!  Next Tuesday, I will glaze them.  Can't wait!

Happy 11.11.11 friends!  I hope you have a great weekend :)


life rearranged

4 friendly comments:

Sydni said...

i absolutely love the dr. seuss dog bowties!! if i had a dog i would totally get one!

LittleBlueFeather said...

thanks!

stephanie said...

the glass art is amazing! where is this in akron?!

LittleBlueFeather said...

Stephanie: Have you heard of Art Walk in downtown Akron? It's the first Saturday every month and there are a few areas with galleries, restaurants and studios that open their doors for visitors and sometimes have special events. You should check it out! This gallery was in north side square...I think that's what it is called. We are going to try and go again for the Christmas Art Walk :)