the gulnare

the gulnare

The  paper mache, birds, sweetheart and small things sections of the shop have been updated. A couple of the new birds will be available to order shortly  after what is available today has sold  so please check back.

And a couple recent favorite new things from the park slope flea market, some amazing vintage fabric, a little chair and a fantastic little anvil. The floral fabric is already a little bird.

chair and anvil

spring jolly



16 Comments

  1. I love the way you photograph your creations almost (almost!) as much as the work itself–everything always seems so wonderfully enchanted. The Culnare on those billowing waves looks all set to sail off to sea.
    Completely lovely.

  2. The ship looks wonderful!

    I have one one of those little anvils..it would never occur to me to display in in such a charming way on a little chair like that.

    How cute is that bird! Perfect vintage fabric!

    Your photos are great/arty–it is so much fun to visit your blog!

  3. Hello! Your art is absolutely inspiring! And your photography captures it so well. I just did a little blog post about your work and wanted to let you know. Also, I ran across the most amazing cardboard castle (please check it out on my blog-you’ll love it!). Keep creating Ann!

  4. Ann, I love your ships they are so incredibly gorgeous. You’re such a wonderful storyteller with your art.

  5. twiglet

    I haven’t been to your blog for ages so I whizzed thro a few earlier posts. What a delight – your work is so magically brilliant. I really love your owls. I can imagine the hours of work that go into your creations. Thanks!

  6. Greetings from sweden!

    Your art is truly amazing, and since I´ve been stopping by and reading for a couple of months I thought it was time to leave a comment att let you know how much I love your art. 🙂

    Take care.

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  8. Greetings from Israel!
    I wanted to let you know how much I love your work – fantastic world of creaturs, ships and castles- great art. since you havnt updated your blog for a while, I hope that you are feeling weel. Please work just as much as you can.

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