I am going to be at my favorite Charleston event Saturday at the Music Farm. 10a- 4pm.
Excited to be a part of this event again!
See you there!
Charleston City paper made this event the pick of the week!
Look at all the pretty!
I’m proud of this batch. Took 13 hours. Stopped often a time to tend to youngins and the occasional hooping break.
These Hoop Love/ Flow stamped metal pieces came out lovely.
I used prettier czech beads and solid brass wire.
Paid closer attention to my wire wrapping.
Reinforced the thread used to sew the metal plate to the glittery glam vinyl.
No one should lose a lightening bolt again!
Full of personality.
Can you feel the magic?!
Playing w fire is as fun as it looks.
Another happy customer
Hoop Convergence 2012
I’ve broken out my sketchbook.
Ultra fine tip Sharpie in hand.
Freshly cut watercolor paper with the edges rounded.
After years of encouragement, I’m shifting my focus.
In the past It’s been 90% jewelry 10% art. Finally I feel secure enough to put my paintings aggressively out there.
Do I think everyone is going to understand it? Will it always make sense?
No. And I have to be okay w that. I hope those who do appreciate my work will understand how effing rad it is to bring my imagination into their lives. My colors. My God’s gift. My emotions.
I give, in advance, my thanks.
Custom order at Wanee for a broken hearted girl who was erroneously dumped by her bff’s brother.
“brokenheart assassin” 2012
“We have everything we need”
Original acrylic on wood
She’s looking for a new home.
I’ll be there Sunday. Come on down! I will have fresh paintings on display and fused glass flyness
Original watercolor of hooper girl illustration on wood.
$30 plus shipping
As professional hooper Baxter often does, Hooping blindfolded is a great asset. It makes you FEEL the flow rather than watching and waiting for the right moment to jump in.
Hooping is about the feel. Finding your center. You are the center. Finding peace. Absolute serenity.
Brass tacks reclaimed from a 40 year old couch
Wood block from husband’s bookshelf project
Hoop love, mama