Sunday, April 26, 2015

I'm going to be published in the Fall edition of Prim Magazine!!

My New Year's Resolution was to submit some art work, and so I did.   I got notification on Friday that three of my Prim Pumpkin Canvas Decor will be published in the Fall edition of Prim. I'm beyond excited!  This is my first submission, so I am so happy to be chosen.

Saturday, April 18, 2015

The Irish Witch of Willow Hollow Creations: Welcome to the Weekend

The Irish Witch of Willow Hollow Creations: Welcome to the Weekend: From the mind of the Irish Witch........... Pumpkin Henge Early to rise on a Saturday Morning, 3:30am to be exact.  That's okay, I w...

From the mind of the Irish Witch...........

Monday, April 13, 2015

White Pumpkin Table Runner

40" Table Runner     "Give Thanks"
Give Thanks table runner is 17" X 40" all hand painted and designed by me.  The table runner is made of heavy weight canvas and is very durable.

$45.00 plus shipping

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Designed and created by Susie Krichbaum of Willow Hollow Creations

Saturday, April 11, 2015

My First Art Submission

I'm pretty excited and nervous about submitting some of my work for the Prim Magazine.  This is my first time so I don't know what to expect, but I've been encouraged by my family and some art friends to go for it.  I plan on doing more submissions throughout the year.  Wish me luck.

Monday, April 6, 2015

Honored to be the PFATT Marketplace featured Artist for April

Coverlet Inspired Floorcloth

I'm so happy with the end result here.
This floorcloth will be available for sale at PFATT Marketplace on April 10th along with a couple of other items I created exclusively for PFATT this month.  Please stop by and visit on the 10th to see what is new this month.  I'm honored to be the featured Artist of April.

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

It's only just begun!!!

Third layer of base we wait.
Waiting for paint to dry, not one of my strengths.  I'm so excited to start designing this piece.

I'm doing a little time travel here, going back to the early 1800's when the coverlet was a useful and decorative possession to lay over the bed.  So instead of a weaving loom, I will weave with my paint brush and create a floorcloth/oyle cloth that mimics this time period. I am always inspired by quilt and coverlet patterns and don't set aside the time to create them.

This is going to be a Primitive Folk Art Trinkets and Treasures Marketplace exclusive.  I'm really honored to have been asked to be April's featured artist, and I hope you all will stop by PFATT on April 10th to check out all the amazing art. There is something for everyone.