If you do not see what you are looking for in my store, you might find inspiration from some of my previous works, which you will find below:
My galleries are now closed until (I believe) mid-May, or whenever businesses are allowed to open again after the coronavirus epidemic. You can support these galleries in other ways, by signing up for classes, shopping online, or making a donation.
Brookfield Craft Center
286 Whisconier Road (Rt. 25), Brookfield, CT 06804
Brookfield Craft Center is recognized as one of the finest professional schools for creative study in America, dedicated to teaching traditional and contemporary craft skills, and fostering the appreciation of fine craftsmanship. Proceeds from my hat sales helps to further their mission of teaching traditional and contemporary American craft. I have been a participating artist here since 2004.
Peters Valley School of Craft
19 Kuhn Road, Layton, NJ 07851
Peters Valley School of Craft is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, founded in 1970 in partnership with the National Park Service to promote and encourage education and excellence in craft. From their humble beginnings as an artist colony, they are now recognized as an internationally renowned center of fine craft. I have been a participating artist here since 2009.
Creative Minds Art Gallery
123 North Beach Road, Suite F1, Eastsound WA 98245
Creative Minds showcases art that with a skip, jump or twist redefines creativity and functionality, so they can coexist hand in hand. As a result something common becomes special, whether it be a mirror, a table, a quilt, a bowl, a painting with which you interact everyday. Creative Minds artists believe in the importance of living amidst art and interacting with it. It is your interaction with a piece that completes it, giving it new life and appreciation. I am celebrating my first year here.
Tubac Center of the Arts
9 Plaza Road, Tubac AZ 85646
The Tubac Center of the Arts is located at the main intersection of this village which hosts over 100 world class art galleries and eclectic shops. The Center offers a full range of arts programming, seasonal exhibits and opportunities for artists (like me) to exhibit their work. After a two-year hiatus, my hats have returned for the 2019 holiday season, including a few with new Southwestern themes!
412 South Main Street, Yreka, CA
“Organic in Yreka for over 30 years”, Nature’s Kitchen opened its doors in 1977 as a whole grain bakery, and now includes a cafe and a gift store featuring both local artisans and Fair Trade artists from around the world. Nature’s Kitchen serves as a center of the community in Yreka and supports many causes and organizations there. I have a small collection of caps here.
You may also have encountered my hats at these previous events: