Deb has been carving stones since she was a little girl, starting off with hearts. Her designs have grown with her, although hearts are still popular, and she has the artist’s eye of matching just the right design to each stone.
The raised cut designs can also be used to make impressions in the sand. How fun is that?
Sandstone has never looked so beautiful!
Follow Deb on Face Book at Wood & Stone
Melissa Francisco calls herself “Washed Up”, referring to the materials that she uses in her designs that she has found on the shores of Lake Erie. A good portion of her work brings new life to driftwood; through sculptures, painted pieces, or as accents.
Melissa has something for every season. Especially stunning are her driftwood Santas!
“I have spent a lifetime collecting interesting and unusual objects. In my work I use these found objects in new ways to create my sculptures. I am interested in texture and color and the stories the small toys and game pieces suggest.”
Follow Ann on Face Book at Ann Bort Studio
Susan and Antonella of Sail Anew make bags, such as this adorable wristlet, from recycled sails.
Visit them on Etsy at Sail Anew
“My pieces are about surface and texture. Making impressed designs in soft clay gives the same delight now as it did thousands of years ago. This work is high-fired stoneware in a gas kiln, which affects the glazes in many ways and gives an extra dimension to the surface. My aim is to make work which is functional, beautiful, and affordable.”
Follow Bette on Facebook ~ Bette Drake
Gabrielle is 21 years old and about a year away from graduating from Bowling Green State University. Gabby works with alcohol inks and most of her artwork is very abstract.
Debby has a wide variety of artwork; including photo coasters, matted prints, and unique jewelry, which we are proud to have in the shop! These are her alcohol ink bracelets ~
You can find Debby and her other artwork at Flip Flop Fun Photography
Darcy’s handmade Berry Bowls are just in time for the summer’s harvest of blueberries, strawberries and the like and her Buddha Bowls are perfect for eating your cereal or quinoa (with berries!).
All of Darcy’s bowls are microwave and dishwasher safe!
Follow Darcy on Facebook ~ Quill Studio
The Burning River Boutique offers full-service custom framing for your photos, paintings, drawings, posters, handbills, magazine covers, diplomas, maps, and keepsakes.
I am a photographer and I will treat your picture memories as if they were my own. Together we can select the perfect molding, mat and glass to turn your treasures into lasting works of art to hang in your home, cottage, boat or office.
Our Services Include:
A Wide Selection of High Quality Standard Hardwood Frames In-Stock
Custom Cut Wood and Metal Frames for Non-Standard Sized Art
Dry Mounting on a Variety of Backing Materials, Including Magnets
Large Scale Lamination
Quick Turnaround & Competitive Prices
Contact Lora Mosier to Schedule an Appointment: