HarmonArt2

Earthenware & Fine Art Gourds from Kentucky

Taylor Mill, Kentucky · 449 Sales

HarmonArt2

Earthenware & Fine Art Gourds from Kentucky

Taylor Mill, Kentucky 449 Sales On Etsy since 2009

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Announcement   We are a husband/wife art-makin' team. We are both school teachers who create in our free time. We work in a variety of mediums including handbuilt earthenware, fine craft gourds, fusible beads and more. Most of our work can be custom made depending on available leaves and gourds. Feel free to contact us for a custom quote.

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Last updated on Jul 5, 2016

We are a husband/wife art-makin' team. We are both school teachers who create in our free time. We work in a variety of mediums including handbuilt earthenware, fine craft gourds, fusible beads and more. Most of our work can be custom made depending on available leaves and gourds. Feel free to contact us for a custom quote.

Harmon Art

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Harmon Art

About

We really like to make things...

Being teachers, we are blessed to have the summers off to spend with our children and creating art. We've been active in the Greater Cincinnati art fair scene for about a decade and recently decided to make the jump to internet sales as well.

Inspired by nature and the colors of autumn, we create in traditional folk media, but add our own contemporary twists. From wax-finished pottery to sugar skull painted gourds, we strive to make a unique product.

We grow some of our gourd varieties and purchase some. Fresh gourds are scraped of the outer skin then hung to dry for 6 months to 3 years depending on the size. After dried, they are cleaned and then ready to be decorated. Our gourds are decorated using leather dyes, archival inks, oil pastels, and colored pencils. All gourds are sealed with a protective coating. Properly dried and sealed gourds are as durable as wood and will not rot if kept out of the elements.

Our ceramic work is all handbuilt earthenware, using real leaves. The leaves are pressed into the clay and then allowed to burn off in the kiln, leaving their unique impressions. The ceramic work is then finished with glazes or a wax coating.

Recently, I made some fusible bead crafts with my son and caught the bug. Since then, this geekcraft has become an obsession of mine. I began creating my own pop-culture inspired designs in melted, pixel-art, plastic beads.

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  • Brian & Emily Harmon

    Owner, Maker, Designer

    Husband/wife art-makin' team. Parents of two. Public school teachers. All around awesome.

Shop policies

Last updated on June 30, 2014
Welcome to HarmonArt on Etsy. HarmonArt is a husband/wife team. We are both school teachers who create art in our free time. We work in a variety of mediums including handbuilt earthenware, fine craft gourds, Perler fusible beads and more. Our work is sometimes difficult to size due to their organic forms. Therefore, we always include a ruler in one of our images to give a sense of scale.

Accepted payment methods

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  • Pay with Master Card
  • Pay with American Express
  • Pay with Discover
  • Pay with PayPal
  • Buy with Apple Pay
  • Pay with Sofort
  • Pay with iDeal
  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
Payment
We accept PayPal, Etsy gift cards and credit cards.
Shipping
At this time, we ship mainly to the USA. However, we are expanding internationally with some smaller items.

Shipping prices are indicated with each item. We ship within 5 business days unless noted within a made-to-order product's listing. Most pieces have combined shipping discounts if you would like to purchase more than one item.
Refunds and Exchanges
Exchanges are accepted if the item arrives broken or is found to be misrepresented. We accept returns, but seller is responsible for return shipping.
Additional policies and FAQs
Custom orders are available dependent on availability of gourds and leaves. If you want a certain design, leaf, shape, or color, feel free to ask.

Wholesale orders are available for Gourdaments.