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Delany's Coffee House Portrait and Scene
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

16x20 Inch Archival Giclee Print, true archival print, 150+ years
Satin Paper, Pigmented Inks
Image Dimensions @ 12x18 Inches with white border
Signed/Titled and Dated by Clyde Keller
Presented in Archival Sleeve, Unframed
Shipped Flat, Insured with Tracking
PRICE: $280.00


11x14 or 12x18 inch Fuji Crystal Archive photographic print(s)
Lustre Paper, fade resistant for over 20 years
Image dimensions @9x13.5 or 11x16.5 inches with white border
Signed/Titled and dated by Clyde Keller
Presented in archival sleeve, Unframed
Shipped Flat, Insured with Tracking
PRICE: $155.00 and $195.00

NOTE: The printed copyright information appearing on the web display print, is removed for your purchase print.

This archival giclee print offers an exquisite range of tonality and brilliancy faithfully capturing this volcanic subject. Makes a strong impression in this larger 16x20 inch format. Suitable for immediate safe viewing (the print is shrink wrapped on foam core board) and ready for framing.

PARTICULARS: This impromptu portrait features Victor who is a regular to Delany's Coffee House. We found good espresso and conversation with this bright Canadian at his popular hangout. Established in 1993 Delany's is located on Denman Street near English Bay. Regarding the "look" of this print... only the figure's color and his coffee cup have been preserved while the surrounding ambient environment is entirely in monochrome. The idea of minimalist color in a monochromatic environment carried over into this 2007 August trip to Vancouver BC. I revisited old haunts with fresh eyes to hone out the essence of otherwise familiar subject matter.

"One of my favorite images from the many trips to Vancouver, Canada... Victor offered great conversation and an undeniable graphic appeal with his checkered shirt and flowing beard. In this impromptu photo, I struck up a conversation with Victor and was able to photograph him as we made our exchanges. This type of casual technique produces results which can offer fine portraiture, true to life and sureness of character. Victor made us feel quite welcome as he opened up his world to us."

Please convo us through ETSY communications with any of your questions.

"VICTOR'S WORLD" Copyright © 2007 Clyde C. Keller


Hi, I'm a photographer and artist selling my fine art prints at clydekellerphoto.etsy.com.

My work is sold as Fine Art Giclee (inkjet) prints or fade resistant Fuji Crystal Archive (photographic) prints.

Clyde is known internationally for his historic photographs of Robert F. Kennedy. His RFK images are featured in Rory Kennedy's documentary film, "ETHEL" which debuted at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival. The RFK Center for Justice and Human Rights has recently acquired key images from Clyde's RFK portfolios for their collection. Historic photos of author Ken Kesey, William Burroughs and actor Bill Murray are featured in Mark Christensen's book Acid Christ. Clyde's portrait of actor/director Warren Beatty is the cover photo for Peter Biskind's, Star. Several vintage documentary images appear in a new NFL films project, entitled, "Fearsome Foursome" as well as Dan Forrer's upcoming HBO documentary film centering on the birth of Hip Hop music. The Seattle Museum of History and Science now features his vintage Seattle skyline panoramas. His regional portraits of surviving pioneer families (and characters) appear in several new books, periodicals and webzines, including Ken Bilderback's, Creek with No Name, a new soft cover about the history of Cherry Grove, Oregon.

Clyde is the grandson of Clyde Leon Keller, (1872-1962) an important Oregon-based Plein-Air Impressionist Painter. His portfolios can be viewed at www.clydekeller.com.


October 19, 2015-- Lead image in the treasury entitled "Canada Votes" --

Curated by Eva Miller from KapKaDesign


I studied to be a professional mechanical engineer. During my university years I was already making jewelry, just for fun and for my friends. My dear mom proudly wore and displayed my early creations.

After my son was born, I stayed home for 8 years, and became quite involved with his school activities. He attended Waldorf school that specialized in arts and nature studies. At that time I took many jewelry and art classes, but only as a hobby. I channeled my creativity through children’s craft projects and I really enjoyed these fun years with my little boy.

I eventually went back to work, but moved away from engineering and joined an interior design firm. I worked on designs for the biggest retail sports stores in Canada, and also on shopping centers and restaurants. I enjoyed traveling and meeting new people when inspecting and coordinating the sites. It was exhilarating experience to see my ideas come to reality.

After my son finished junior high, we decided to move from the big city to a small community in British Columbia. I left everything including my carrier behind, and decided this was the perfect time to start making jewelry for real.

During the winter, I do a lot of beading and wire-work in town. In the summer, I move to our lake cottage where I have my "real" shop; there I do wood carving and silversmith work. My studio is an organized chaos. I do a master clean of my work desk once a month. Some of my projects evolve into something completely different than they were intended to be.

I love beading on our dock where I am inspired by the beauty of the lake. I get the best ideas when I walk my dog along the shores.

May 11, 2015-- Featured in the treasury entitled, "sandra's place" --

Curated by Donna from StoneSavvyJewelry


Thanks for visiting my little shop. Everything here is handmade by me either in the shadows of Mt. Hood (in southern Washington state) or when traveling America's back roads in our home away from home.

My shop is all about unique and one-of-a-kind pieces. I like being a little bit different and my jewelry designs reflect that part of me. Please browse to your heart's content. I hope you'll find something a little bit different here to add to your jewels. Be gorgeous!

September 9, 2014-- Featured in the treasury entitled, "Weather Forecast.... Facial Hair"

Curated by Molly O'Bryon-Welpott from MollysMuses


I remember so well the first roll of black and white film that I shot, processed and printed. A single flower that was a gift from my boyfriend in college (now my husband) filled the frame beneath the water; At that moment I realized I had even more control over the image after capturing it, truly making it my own, creating an image.
I have always loved working with my hands and analyzing things. As a child two of my favorite things were my square loom to weave pot holders and playing canasta with my Grammy. The loom offered my hands an outlet for my extra nervous energy and the card games which sometimes lasted hours offered so many choices and possibilities. And so it's not a surprise that looking at everyday things through my camera lens and seeing what else the subject has to offer really excites me.

July 7, 2014-- Featured in my friend Irith Mashiah in her newest treasury entitled, "Fresh Mint for my Iced Tea" - https://www.etsy.com/treasury/NTU3MzczM3wyNzIzOTAwMDQz/fresh-mint-for-my-iced-tea

Do visit Irith's fine handmade jewelry shop, Rio Rita, here-- https://www.etsy.com/shop/rioritajewelry


Handmade jewelry designs handcrafted in silver gold and stones, ancient coins,beach glass. I create necklaces,rings, earrings, ear studs,dangle earrings, bracelets,bangles,pendants.All the items in my shop are handcrafted by me alone!

March 3, 2014-- Featured in the treasury entitled, "March Team Treasury for St. Patrick's Day"

Curated by William Minchew from DreamCatcherMan

ABOUT: Finding Fantasy & Mixing it together with DreamCatchers

I find myself often playing internet games filled with Dragons, which by the way are my favorite thing of all time. As of yet, I am at a loss to find a way to combine my passion for Dragons and mix it into my DreamCatchers. I feel I am on the verge of discovering a way to blend both of my passions into my art.
My wife helps me create some of the items you see here, she inspires me.

I call my internet Dragon games my zest for research into the designing of a blend of two great things in my life, that I feel are an important part of my passion to create and feel my Art.

I must admit that I do tend to get lost into my internet game playing, so now you know why I still haven't got a ton of artisan DreamCatchers made yet, but I'll get there slowly and surely.

When creating a design for a DreamCatcher we try to combine colors that blend with nature, after all nature surrounds us, and is a part of everything we do.

July 17, 2013-- Featured as the lead photo in the treasury entitled, "Dog and the Butterfly"

Curated by Sue of FirstlightPhoto: https://www.etsy.com/shop/FirstLightPhoto

Do visit her shop to view her amazing photographic images--


At First Light Photography you will find landscapes, old country barns, horses, and fabulous flowers that catch my eye. I also traveled to Ireland this summer and have many images from that gorgeous country.

May 30, 2013-- Featured in the Treasury, WE ARE FAMILY"

Curated by Nena from nenafaye: https://www.etsy.com/shop/nenafaye


Crochet with color and flair! Versitile items for your love of life!
I started crocheting when I was a young Mom. I would crochet while watching the children grow. Now I find that when ever I sit, I must have a crochet hook in hand! Therefore I really simply had to open a shop here on Etsy or put an addition on the house for all my creations! lol

I love to use color and flair in my crochet. You will notice that when you look in my shop :)

All items in my shop are handmade by me. I am very picky about my work, which guarantees you a quality handmade purchase.

I find Etsy to be a fabulous outlet for me to sell my creations and appreciate so much the opportunity to do so.

April 23, 2013-- Featured in the treasury, "NATIVE DREAMS"

Curated by William Minchew from DreamCatcherMan


I find myself often playing internet games filled with Dragons, which by the way are my favorite thing of all time. As of yet, I am at a loss to find a way to combine my passion for Dragons and mix it into my DreamCatchers. I feel I am on the verge of discovering a way to blend both of my passions into my art.
My wife helps me create some of the items you see here, she inspires me.

April 11, 2013-- Featured in the trasury, "twas a dark and stormy morn"

Curated by Luncheonettevintage from Luncheonettevintage

luncheonette vintage head cook's statement

"I was raised half city half country, with beloved old things and parents who loved great design and style. Family vacations we combed through barns for bentwood chairs and blue glass, for old books, for old pictures. I was always wearing Dad's army uniforms and Mom's groovy dresses. Vintage opened up a whole world of creativity and fun — a way to celebrate individuality and connect with the past."

"My first official purchase was at 14: a 1920s peach satin gown from an amazing secondhand shop with a wonderful, wise shopkeeper. That gown taught me what cut on the bias meant. I wore it to school (with my father's old tweed jacket and a pair of converse hi-tops), dragging the hem, feeling like a star."

"College, grad school, touring in bands, on a book tour (I'm also a writer and musician), I hunted for treasures everywhere — Miami to Missouri, Hawaii to Tucson to Vermont, from that perfect 20s dress to Victorian spectacles to atomic-era diner dishes. Frequent restaurant work honed my belief in great service. As I wrote articles and books about design and fashion I learned even more, just fueling my obsession. Being obsessed is a necessary part of the job description, believe me!"

"When I settled up here in the Catskills, it was time to send those treasures back out in the world and put my knowledge to good use. That's how Luncheonette Vintage was born. Now you'll find me in the kitchen, cooking up delicious vintage while the chickens graze and the dogs play. See that girl peeking inside that old hunting coat hanging in a barn? Folding an old recipe into a package? That's me. It's a great life."

August 4, 2012-- Featured in tthis new Treasury: Things that are too special to be lost or forgotten…..

Curated by Debra L. Bourdreau of the BoudreauCollection


The Boudreau Collection is a funky offering of original folk art paintings, decorative items and a gathering of time-worn, lovingly used vintage items. The original art pieces borrow icons that characterize the philosophy of many cultures and art movements. Depth and texture are achieved through the use of historical stencils, bits of rusty copper and tin, old book pages, vintage and period wallpapers, and whimsical recycled materials. Adding a contemporary slant, the work is a fresh decorative collection for the modern collector.

June 2, 2012-- Featured in a beautifu treasury entitled, "The Golden Years."

Curated by Leslie Hagen from Uturn: http://www.etsy.com/shop/Uturn?ref=seller_info


Aloha! My favorite thing is creating sculptures and ceramic wall masks. Especially if they cause a giggle. Whimsical, goofy, humorous, thought provoking, political satire on occasion and sometimes just bizarre, would be appropriate words to describe my work. In between sculptures and masks I hop on the wheel and get lost in a spinning world making yarn bowls, face mugs, vases, kitchen crocks, kitchen bowls, rice bowls, luminaries, sponge holders and more.

All the pieces in my shop have been hand sculpted, wheel thrown or a combination of both by me. All one of a kind.

They are bisque fired and then glazed fired to cone 6. All the functional pieces are food safe. They can also go in the oven, microwave or dishwasher with care.
If you're ever on Kauai, stop by my studio/gallery for a visit. . Beside ceramics and sculptures, my husbands hand carved duck decoys and birds are displayed. I have removed most of my larger sculptures from my Etsy Shop. It seems there are post offices that do not honor insurance for "Art Work" as it's value cannot be determined...so if you're ever on Kauai, they can be purchased at my studio.

May 2, 2012-- Featured in the treasury all about espresso and coffee: Café de l'Amour

Curated by Charlize Joblet from the happy Canary: http://www.etsy.com/shop/TheHappyCanary

Artisan statement:

Adventure-seeker extraordinaire, I enjoy life and will try anything once! I'm an AMATEUR photographer, illustrator, artist...PROFESSIONAL wife, & mother of three. Yes, I run my own 3 ring circus & love every minute of it. At a young age I chose between art school and raising a family. Along the way I have used my artistic abilities to do much even without technical training. Viva la vida - Charlize

April 22, 2012-- Lead photo in the beard related treasury entitled. testosterone......

Curated by Mental from mentalembellisher: http://www.etsy.com/shop/mentalembellisher?ref=pr_shop_more

Reinvented Vintage Typewriter Keys Unique...

Favorite materials

that fluff in the spin dryer that builds itself into mini blankets, large glass of Pimms, other peoples tools

April 14, 2012 -- Featured in the intriguing treasury entitled, -------------->>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>. http://www.etsy.com/treasury/NTIzNzI0MnwyNzIyNjgzMjAw/x

Curated by Kara Nina from Knme: For a superb selection of Hand-Knit Scarves, Bow Tie Scarves visit her Etsy shop at: http://www.etsy.com/shop/Knme?ref=pr_shop_more

February 9, 2012-- Featured in the absorbing treasury entitled, Treasures from Our Circle of Friends: http://www.etsy.com/treasury/MTAyNzgxODh8MjEwMjU5OTgzNw/treasures-from-our-circle-of-friends

Curated by Carol and Suzahn nee Cox from cactusflowerwomen:

Artisan statement:

We are 60ish sisters and grandmothers. One of us is retired and the other is a pediatric nurse who REALLY wants to retire asap. We have donated many quilts to hospitals and over 100 knitted hats to homeless shelters here.

Buy your princess' Christmas dress for next year at clearance prices. Handmade quilts, hand knitted hats, cowls, and scarfs, girls' tshirt "Tresses" dresses and babydoll dress/tops sizes 18 mos.to girls 6-6X, all at very reasonable prices!

January 6, 2011-- Featured in the poignant "Designing Beauty" treasury:

Curated by Sherry Hogan of Artbarn Supplies:


I have a small business where I sell fine art, art supplies and do custom picture framing. I have been in business for quite a few years. I started my business in a good size city but after several years working and living in down town we decided to try for a simpler way of life and move to the country. My husband and I bought a run down farm with a two story farmhouse and a dilapidated old barn. In the process of restoring the house and barn I decided to move the store. Now I have my studio/business in the loft of the old barn and work and live at the farm. It is a small farm and keeps me busy but it is a wonderful way to live. Being out in the country I don’t have the "walk in business" the way I did in the city so I started looking for different ways to sell my products and art. Etsy seemed like a good way, so I gave it a try with my art and now with my art supplies. Hope you will enjoy browsing the shop and thanks for dropping by, Sherry

December 22, 2011-- Featured in the enticing "old time feel" treasury: http://www.etsy.com/treasury/NjQ5MjY5OHwxNTkyNDcyOTg2/old-time-feel

Curated by Paula of PaulaArt: http://www.etsy.com/people/PaulaArt

Artist Satement on her Found Art--

I am a self taught artist who works with lost, tossed and forgotten items that are left by the roadside, buried in an old barn, or deposited at the local scrap yard. Working with what most people would consider 'trash' is challenging and fulfilling. There is nothing quite like finding unique objects that have been weathered and beaten up by life and creating functional art out of it, giving it a 2nd life.

My work ranges from Mixed Media Wall Art, Limited Edition Clocks, candle holders, trays, tables and vase/containers. Aside from photography, paint and most of the hardware, I use as much reclaimed materials as possible. This includes: found metal, wood, plastic, rubber and pipe.

December 4, 2011-- Featured in the fabulous, Rustic Rewards for the Holiday Shopper - Treasury: http://www.etsy.com/treasury/ODE0MzUyNXwxMzk1NTY0MjI3/rustic-rewards-for-the-holiday-shopper

Curated by 6catsart from Burnaby, British Columbia: http://www.etsy.com/shop/6catsart?ref=pr_shop_more

About Corinne Aelbers artwork:

Her original paintings are in many corporate collections including HSBC and the Canadian Bar Association. She writes: "Etsy people are my kind of people. I am so delighted to have found this amazing artist oriented online community several years ago. - If you're a nature lover and are into fine art, if you're not into reproductions and are into hand-painted, then you're in the right place, 6catsart on etsy. You'll find original watercolor paintings of flowers, birds, wildlife, landscapes and more."

New For 2011

Doing classes this year has worked well, most of my work from the spring and summer has sold. Fall classes are starting and I can't wait to focus on painting again. I find I paint a great deal more when I have a class each week. Greeting old artist friends and making new ones is always a bonus too.

November 17, 2011-- Featured listing in the imaginative treasury entitled, "------>>"

Curated by Kara Nina from Knme: http://www.etsy.com/shop/Knme?ref=pr_shop_more

Artisan Statement:

All pendants are handmade by me and fired in my kiln - solid as rock and hard as stone.

Every pendant is one-of-a-kind - no two are exactly alike!

November 8, 2011-- Featuring in the Gift Guide for the Facial Hair Lover - Movember Madness treasury: http://www.etsy.com/treasury/NTUxMjU1OHwxMDYxNTExMDYx/gift-guide-for-the-facial-hair-lover

Curated by Amy and Michael of ara123photography: http://www.etsy.com/people/ara133photography?ref=pr_profile


*Amy*: Often I am inspired simply by the beauty in the world around us, and these nature and architecture-inspired photographs are a way for me to share that sense of amazement with others. In my otherworldly-inspired pieces, I start with a photograph and during the editing process, let the subject and composition lead me into a ficitious place and time. I’m often transported into the world of a favorite story or poem, or one created by a piece of artwork. Through the creative process I get to travel to imaginary places both those familiar though oft-read stories and poems and those altogether new to me. Things that spark my imagination include stories such as A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L’Engle, Something Wicked This Way Comes (and others) by Ray Bradbury, and poetry by Dylan Thomas, Yeats and Poe. I love to translate the language, descriptions and sense of wonder in these writings into my images. The art genres that inspire me most are impressionism and fauvism: the former for their desire to paint the very essence of a subject, and the latter for their use of form and color and disregard for absolute reality. I try to
epitomize a specific mood or feeling in my work, whether it be based in reality or fiction.

All of our images are our own original photos. Some of our images are composites - these all use original images my husband and I have taken. All of our TTV shots are done using a Nikon D80 and a vintage Kodak Duaflex, with a contraption (involving a sock!) my husband built!

November 3, 2011-- Featured by Su Harrington of Nakedeye17 in her personal best treasury entitled, A Few of My Favorite Things

To view glorious photos of the Oregon Coast and Puet Sound regions visit Su's fine art photo store at: http://www.etsy.com/shop/Nakedeye17?ref=pr_shop_more

Artist Statement:

Fifty-plus-years-old, and I still live like I drive – faster than the law allows, with rampant joy in the journey. Shooting photos is my way of celebrating this drop-dead gorgeous world, a way to share the joy with you.

You’ll find my work really is “naked-eye,” with minimal Photoshop enhancement. I want you to see the world as it is, not technologized beyond recognition. If you see a photo you like and want it made into postcards or greeting cards, blank or with a poem or a few lines, just drop me a note and I’ll make it happen.

Drop me a note for ANY reason! Make comments, ask questions - I welcome your feedback!

Keep your eyes open. Beauty surrounds us, if we only see.

September 28, 2011-- Great selections, gift ideas and treasury theme for these superb items: http://www.etsy.com/treasury/NzMzNTkzMHw3ODI5NDMwMzY/my-mans-birthday-today

Curated by Molly O'Bryon-Welpottof of MollyMuses fine art photography and prints:

Artist Statement::

I remember so well the first roll of black and white film that I shot, processed and printed. A single flower that was a gift from my boyfriend in college (now my husband) filled the frame beneath the water; At that moment I realized I had even more control over the image after capturing it, truly making it my own, creating an image.
I have always loved working with my hands and analyzing things. As a child two of my favorite things were my square loom to weave pot holders and playing canasta with my Grammy. The loom offered my hands an outlet for my extra nervous energy and the card games which sometimes lasted hours offered so many choices and possibilities. And so it's not a surprise that looking at everyday things through my camera lens and seeing what else the subject has to offer really excites me.
I am most inspired by the old master photographers. Believing that this exclusive group could all photograph the same subject and no two would even feel similar is awesome. This could only be true because they were so brilliantly true to themselves and had such a real and pure style of their own.
My dream is the pursuit and journey to work consistently, forming a LIFETIME body of work that will reflect my spirit.

August 22, 2011-- Beautiful treasury entitled DREAM BEFORE WAKING:

Curated by Deb of Three Chicks Vintage:
About Deb's Store:

Vintage jewelry, clothing & accessories, collectibles and household miscellanea.
*Member of the Etsy Vintage Team - please visit the Etsy Vintage Team Blog at www.etsyvintage.blogspot.com!

August 19, 2011--

Featured in the interesting treasuy entitled, Man + Beard = Love

Curated by # Sasha Sobaszkiewicz Grine of Hastings, Minnesota:

Artist Statement:

"Photographs are fragments of the present for us to reflect on when they become the past."
Greetings! My name is Sasha and the above quote is how I feel about what I do. I love history and photography is a wonderful way to preserve and revisit history. I became a photographer for just this reason. I document the world around me because years from now it will all be so very different.

I strive to create a mood in my photographs. To make them relatable to the viewer's own history and oftentimes my own history. I am inspired for the most part by the simplicities of life and the beauty of the natural world around us.

July 22, 2011 - Super Treasury entitled THECOFFEE SHOP... - http://www.etsy.com/treasury/NzU0MjkxMHw0ODYyOTQ4NzM/the-coffee-shop

Curated by Edyie of Ageless Things of St. Petersburg, Florida: http://www.etsy.com/shop/AgelessThings?ref=pr_shop_more

Edyie's Statement:

Vintage is not perfect.

It is an item with a story, a product that has history. A life before, with ups and downs.
So, when shopping for vintage, please don't expect perfection. There will always be a flaw, as in life. You are purchasing a time machine, a piece of the past, a relic of an era gone by.

St. Pete is known as the place, not where you retire, but where your grandparents retire. This is where I treasure hunt.

I really do welcome any concerns you may have about the item you are contemplating purchasing. It shows that you are a smart shopper and I am always happy to discuss my items.

April 29, 2011 - New Treasury featuring this art print entitled SUMMERTIME IN THE DELTA... - http://www.etsy.com/treasury/4dbb1a36f6496d9110c793a3/summertime-in-the-delta?ref=pr_treasury

Curated by Rachel of Silkworm Vintage: http://www.etsy.com/shop/silkwormvintage


Welcome to Silkworm Vintage, where old beauties are rediscovered, revamped and recycled.

Our passion lies in unearthing and bringing new life to the beautiful treasures that already exist in the world.

Included in the splendid treasury entitled, The Importance of being Unique

Curated by Maggadora of Reykjavik, Iceland - http://www.etsy.com/shop/Maggadora


Welcome everybody and have a look at my mystery design and collection. I´m an artist and designer from Iceland and I have been creating since I was a little girl. I love to crochet and knit and everything I make is my own design and I´m getting new ideas all the time :-) I hope you like my items and I hope you can sense how much I love creating.

Most of the time I have items with free shipping and/or on sale or on special prize. Just surf my shop :-)

Some items I make to order, but most of my items are one of a kind.

All my items come with little card with a little information about me and with my Mystery design label.

I am from Iceland and I live there. I have two sons and a great family. I have been creative since I can remember and I was only five years old when I learned to knit and none stop since then :-) I also paint, mostly with watercolors and I also collect all kinds of stuff, specially vintage of any kind.

Lead feature item in a new treasury (March 27, 2011) entitled,
"He Always Had a Story..." http://www.etsy.com/treasury/4d8f419bfdd36d91e428dbfb/he-always-had-a-story

Curated by Brooke Peiffer of AlstroemeriA


"Welcome to Alstroemeria. I have set up this shop to indulge my lifelong passion for design and fabric. Everything is one of a kind."

Visit her shop for a great selection of Unique New and Upcycled Clothing and Accessories.

Featured on March 25, 2011 in an amazing treasury simply titled...
"Some of my favorites" http://www.etsy.com/treasury/4d8d604c99b06d91d3c26ca7/some-of-my-favorites?ref=pr_treasury

Curated by Leslie Hagen of Kapaa, Kauai, Hawaii. Her Uturn shop can be found at: http://www.etsy.com/shop/Uturn

Artist Statement:

Aloha! If you're ever on Kauai, stop by my studio/gallery for a visit. My favorite thing is making sculptures and masks. Especially if they cause a giggle. Whimsical, funny, humorous, thought provoking and somethings bizarre would be appropriate words to describe my work. In between sculptures and masks I hop on the wheel and get lost in a spinning world.
All the pieces in my shop have been hand sculpted, wheel thrown or a combination of both by me. All one of a kind.
They are bisque fired and then glazed fired to cone 6. All the functional pieces are food safe. They can also go in the oven or microwave with care. And they can even go in the dishwasher, but like most things will last longer if hand washed.

Featured in the marvelous treasury entitled, "
Thanks for the Taste, Etsy!" curated by Anita: http://www.etsy.com/treasury/4d7d9ab522ca8eefd7c1df03/thanks-for-the-taste-etsy

Visit Anita's shop, Rolling Hills Vintage at: http://www.etsy.com/listing/68402369/antique-aqua-ball-perfect-mason-jar-with?ref=v1_other_1

Shop Statement:
Market Treasures for your Farmhouse, Urban Industrial or Shabby Chic decor. Just spent the weekend hunting for treasures in Northern California. I hope to add lots of treasures to the shop in the coming weeks. Please take a look around and enjoy!_

Featured by curators Amy and Michael in a wonderful treasury entitled, "These are a few of my favorite things"
http://www.etsy.com/treasury/4d7c30f892b08eef33509f76/these-are-a-few-of-my-favorite-things March 13, 2011

Visit their ara133 shop at:http://www.etsy.com/shop/ara133photography


Fine Art Photography prints for Interior Design & Home Decorating Ideas - photo art, cardinals, squirrels, surreal, abstract, black & white, nature and landscape photography.

All of our photography is done by us, a husband and wife team! All prints are original and all photos and editing are done by us (no stock images, etc.)

Featured by Darlene in her fantactic treasury entitled, Even the Easter Bunny would be impressed with these.... http://www.etsy.com/treasury/4d7a2fb1576e8eef831269d3/even-the-easter-bunny-would-be-impressed

Please visit her Etsy shop, rockujewels at http://www.etsy.com/shop/rockujewels

Artsit Statement:

The powerful energy and properties of stones is the reason I like working with them. I energize as much as the stones provide. So creating these items are as much for me as they are for you. I take special care with each stone. They are cleansed and given my blessings before they travel on their journey to you. I hope you can connect with and enjoy each creation as much as I have. I sell in good faith and fair deals. Please feel free to contact me with any suggestions, ideas or questions. I would love to hear from you. Thank you for looking and happy bidding. Peace and many blessings. Darlene
Specialties:I specialize in creating pieces using genuine, natural and energizing stones mother nature offers.

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