As I'm able to finish up the bears that were going to travel with me, I'll be putting them in my Etsy shop for adoption.
Saturday, July 22, 2017
Monday, April 10, 2017
Cute from any angle!
I've just listed Miss Emma in my Etsy shop! If you are interested in adopting her, I hope you'll
hop on over to have a look at her listing!
Emma has been adopted! Thanks so much!!
Wednesday, April 5, 2017
Well here she is! This tiny bunny has to be among my favorite bunnies or bears that I've ever made - (please don't tell the others!!!) She is one of the smallest bunnies ( 3 3/4 inches plus ears)I've made as well. The long curly viscose makes her ever so soft and the face I found in that fur is soooooo sweet! I shall be listing her this evening in my Etsy shop at 7 p.m. EDT. I'm happy to send her to you with free shipping worldwide - though if your country adds a tax for imports, you should be prepared to pay that fee. If you go to the Etsy shop and Lucy doesn't not appear, that means she has already been adopted. I hope you will visit the shop and see some of her other photos at 7 o'clock this evening! www.etsy.com/shop/donnaandthebears
P. S. I'm working on one other bunny and hope to have him/her available later in the week. Both should reach you in time to sit in your basket on Easter!
Friday, March 24, 2017
Just finished up this ever so soft bunny - just 3 3/4 inches plus ears - made from some long and very soft viscose which I ordered from Italy - and OH MY what a dear little face!!
This sweet sweet little bunny will be available for adoption in my Etsy store soon - or as soon
as I can take some good photos.
In the meantime, I was playing around with the Photo Lab Pro app on my iPhone. I'll contact
those on my mailing list when Yet Unnamed appears in my Etsy shop!
Friday, March 17, 2017
Happy Saint Patrick's Day Everyone!!
All my bears and bunnies have been sold! Thanks so much everyone!
Friday, March 3, 2017
The preview page is up for the next TeddiesWorldwide online show here: www.teddiesworldwide.com
Making this announcement is my little preview bunny named Bailey! Having the softest fur you can imagine, Bailey is a little girl bunny. You can't see it in this photo very well, but she has peach satin roses on each of her ears. She is such a character with a white fluffy tail that I had to let her be the preview piece. I must say, she makes me chuckle whenever I see her! She stands at a little more than 4 1/2 inches. I hope you'll click on the Teddies Worldwide link and vote for your favorites. The show will be coming up in two weeks - on St. Patrick's Day!!
On Tuesday last, Kim and I met in Washington D. C. to enjoy a special exhibit at the Hirschhorn Art Gallery. Kim snapped this shot of us in one of the "infinity rooms" of the Yayoi Kusama - Infinity Mirrors exhibition.
Beautiful Kim enjoys a piece of the exhibit's wall art.
We had a great time visiting and enjoying the gallery including the artwork and a display of beautiful orchids. I encourage you to visit if you are in D. C. The Kusama exhibit is there through May, I believe!
A collage by the artist.
As we bid farewell to the gallery, Kim agreed to a photo with the giant pumpkin outside on the grounds. One of the mirrored rooms was filled with these same pumpkins. I'll try to add more photos and perhaps a video if I can puzzle out how to get it from my iPhone to here!
More colorful fun from the exhibit and a look at the wonderful orchid exhibit also on display in the Hirsshorn! Art is Wonderful!!
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Each year, the participants are asked to create a gallery piece along the year's theme. My gallery piece for the show is Camelot! It's my choice of a magical myth that has always intrigued me. I thought you might like a peek as this gallery piece comes together so check back for updates as my ideas take shape between now and July.
So. Here we have King Arthur in his beginning days. He has no "eye makeup" and his head is not attached to his body, but I think he is quite handsome - sort of like Robert Goulet when I saw him perform the role at the Chrysler Theater in Virginia Beach in the early 90's. What an experience! and I hope I can translate some of that magic into this piece as I add Guinevere and a lovely setting befitting that "shinning moment that was known as Camelot!"