Metalsmith, birth worker, knitter and artist. This is where I get to talk about the reality and all that.
Also, I really love earrings. Big love. Big. If you hang around, you'll probably see a lot of them.
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I do some birth work when I’m not in the art studio. Below The Line Birth Services – birth and postpartum doula support in Los Angeles. I specialize in non-traditional families and schedules, artists, folks who work in the entertainment and music industries. Because the last thing you need when you are having a baby is judgment about your life choices.
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Tag Archives: crafted at the port of la
You are probably really tired of looking at paint, huh? I am getting really tired of looking at paint too. Boy, am I ever. Because we are on Day 3 of painting and we are going back tomorrow for more … Continue reading
The Honey&Ollie Girl, by Holly DeFount, of Raven and Rose Arts. This amazing piece of original art, brilliantly executed by the wonderful Ms. DeFount, is going to be available as a limited edition print in her Etsy shop soon. I’ll … Continue reading
I’m actually gonna take just one second to acknowledge the passing of an amazing man – Mr. Don Moehnke of Eureka, CA. He was my first music teacher – recorder, flute, voice and music theory – and he was a … Continue reading
but first… what do I hear? Is it a rotary sander? Why yes! Yes I think it IS a rotary sander… which means… it must be… THE SANDING BANDITO!!! Okay, it’s not really a bandit, it’s just the Captain and … Continue reading
Holly at Raven and Rose Arts just shot me over this picture of my shop poster, in progress. The Honey&Ollie girl! Who is secretly, in my heart, a grown up version of Ozma of Oz. Not to mention, a nod … Continue reading
The Infamous Captain Sexypants (who is now “The Infamous Captain Sexypants” instead of just plain “Captain Sexypants” for the purposes of this blog post because at Uptown Village Market people he’d never met before kept coming up to him and … Continue reading