Sunday, September 7, 2008

Local Art

Paper Doll postcards are now for sale at a local Vermont-made boutique - Candles and Creations, in South Burlington. I am a huge fan of ego-boosts, and dropping the cards off at the shop was so great. I love it when people love my work. Who doesn't?


If you are around the Burlington area, do drop in at this lovely shop. The owners, Casey and Heather, are two very talented women living my dream of owning their own art shop and having their studios right in the store. They have been scouting Etsy and other art + craft areas for local people with new and neat things for sale, and the shop is a terrific collection of area talent. Candles, jewelry, paintings, bags, cards, games, wood pieces, and so much more. And now my little cards! Thank you so much, ladies!

On the subject of local art, this weekend was Burlington's South End Art Hop. I only made it to a couple locations (Cirque du Soleil in Boston took precedence this weekend, can you blame me?), but I did stop in at the Flynndog and saw the exhibit of Bread and Puppet flags and sculptures. Standing surrounded by these huge pieces that are used for such real and honest purposes was truly powerful. I have such an immense respect for the work that the Bread and Puppet people have done for such a long, long time.

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2 Comments:

At September 8, 2008 at 8:24 AM , Blogger Ian Thal said...

I used to perform with Bread & Puppet off and on for several years, and certainly admired Schumann's work. I left because I discovered his work on the subject of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict to be lacking in "real and honest purposes" (as you describe it.) The images and the emotions they inspire are powerful, but the facts don't support the analogies he's making, whether we're talking about this year's show at the Flynndog or last year's show at Pine Street

 
At September 9, 2008 at 10:32 AM , Blogger ::::Lula Boutique:::: said...

That is AWESOME!!! I love these postcards too...no wonder "Candles & Creations" had to have them in their shop!

Hope you had fun at Cirque du Soleil...Lucky!!!

 

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