cadajohnson

Imagery on fabric for walls and bodies and the wind

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This shop got multiple 5-star reviews in the past 7 days.

Announcement    Art for the earth. Eco-friendly gifts, prayer flags, fabric patches, wall art, and tapestries. I am one solo, country dwelling artist with a couple of beloved studio helpers producing all the items in this shop while holding the earth and all its inhabitants in our hearts. I source my materials ethically and locally and aspire to make my footprint as small as possible. Creating art that celebrates beauty and wonder is my life's purpose. I'm excited to share it with you.

Keep in touch
Instagram: @cadajohnson411
Facebook: Cada Johnson Design
Twitter: cadajohnson
Website: www.cadajohnson.com

Yours for a greener earth,
Cada

Announcement

Last updated on Jan 7, 2021

Art for the earth. Eco-friendly gifts, prayer flags, fabric patches, wall art, and tapestries. I am one solo, country dwelling artist with a couple of beloved studio helpers producing all the items in this shop while holding the earth and all its inhabitants in our hearts. I source my materials ethically and locally and aspire to make my footprint as small as possible. Creating art that celebrates beauty and wonder is my life's purpose. I'm excited to share it with you.

Keep in touch
Instagram: @cadajohnson411
Facebook: Cada Johnson Design
Twitter: cadajohnson
Website: www.cadajohnson.com

Yours for a greener earth,
Cada

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About cadajohnson

Sales 1,677
On Etsy since 2012

The path always leads back to the studio.

I was raised on the outskirts of Buffalo, New York at the tail end of the steel empire. I had a taste of the last death pangs of the industrial revolution. I saw ginormous steel mills belching smoke and fumes and dark soot covered buildings when I was a little girl. After studying Graphic Design at the University of Cincinnati I found myself in Seattle. There the forces of the mountains, the ocean, and the deep forest had their way with me and I found my home. In 1990 I realized that I was increasingly dissatisfied with the corporate world and the inside of a cubicle. I decided to test the waters of the open air craft markets. I had always loved making things with my hands and being outside. I fell in love with another way of working in the world. I discovered a supportive, joyful, music and dance loving community that continues to enrich my life daily. Over the past 20 years I seeped my way south via Portland and Jawbone Flats (an old mining camp turned forest preserve in Oregon). Throw a few adventures in along the way, like sailing to Hawaii on a square rigged ship, backpacking in New Zealand and playing Tai Chi in HongKong for the full flavor. Eventually I landed in a small town in Oregon. Here I am able to play director to an incredible complex symphony. That of homesteading 5.5 acres, painting my dreams, growing food, creating a market craft, and playing and praying with my local tribe.

Shop members

  • Cada Johnson

    Owner

    I'm a peddler, hermit, homesteading artist, ruminating on a multitude of topics and enjoying the country life.

Production partners

  • Northwest Fine Art Printing

    Kent, WA

    Fine art printing

  • Prints On Wood

    Riverside, CA

    Prints On Wood prints my artwork onto wood panels. Their 100% solar powered facility is located in the US with a commitment to the environment. For every order they purchase a square meter of rainforest for preservation.

  • RealWoodStickers.com

    Eugene, OR

    RealWoodStickers.com are friends in Eugene, OR starting up their own business of laser cutting stickers. Lovely people with lovely intentions. They cut my designs into wood.

  • Wildland Press

    Madrid, NM

    Wildland Press is a small, handcrafted letterpress and natural pigment paint manufacturer.

Shop policies

Last updated on December 25, 2014
Hi, I am one person conceiving, designing, painting, and meticulously hand crafting all of the products in my shop. I'm doing my best to maintain a high quality of craft while maintaining my love and joy for the work. I relish feedback and I'm delighted if you have input or observations to offer about my artwork.

Accepted payment methods

Paypal Mastercard Visa American Express Discover Apple Pay Klarna Giftcard
Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
Returns and exchanges
Everything in my shop is returnable and refundable within 4 weeks of purchase minus the shipping charges.
Shipping
Patches are shipped via USPS First Class mail in a 9x12 manila envelope within a biodegradable plastic sleeve.