Check out work and gardens for our 2022 participants below! More content like additional garden images and our 2022 virtual show will be added soon! We'll also be adding new features like digital and printable maps so make sure you check back in as the tour gets closer!More on Facebook
Enjoy woodblock prints that speak to the power of color. From a meadow of wildflowers overlooking a large beaver pond, enter the more intimate space of an ever-evolving garden.
Stoneware baking dishes, serving platters, bowls, garden finials, birdbaths, plant markers, garden bells, and more. Cottage gardens. Come enjoy!
We work as a team collaborating on handmade cutting boards and signs made from local trees. Each piece is enhanced with Gretchen's wood burned art.
Enjoy my perennial gardens, sit with refreshments, view my flower paintings, landscapes, and farm scenes, outside or inside with social distancing. Lets talk art and flowers!
My cottage-style garden's casual grace and charm welcomes visitors into a congenial world of colorful flowers, vegetables, berry bushes and herbs. My paintings are a reflection of this informal mixture of floral and edible plants.
Kathleen Lepak at Barbara Timberman Watercolor Paintings
Calligraphy, Watercolor & Gouache Illustration, Pen and Ink ration
Letters come alive in this collection of calligraphic artwork and illustrations. Against the glorious colors and textures of Barbara's Cottage Gardens, discover words to inspire and engage.
Enjoy an inspirational garden environment featuring colorful blossoms and cast leaves, fairy houses, a Koi pond – and my many impressionist paintings
I have oil paintings, watercolors and encaustic paintings of landscapes, flowers and animals. Also, fairy house planters and stenciled planters.
Glass takes on exciting new forms and colors when fired in a kiln. I create nightlights, dishes, and window art, working at home on my alpaca farm.
I will be showing ready to hang canvas and paper prints. This work will be a further celebration of my return to living in a rural area after over 20 years living in a big city. I want to show the side of Ct that was my reason for returning.. the small farms, woods and people of this beautiful part of the world, as well as the quieter moodier side of the quiet corner.
I create photographs of the natural world around me including florals, landscapes, still life and places I have traveled. My peaceful garden, a mix of flowers, herbs, veggies and berries is welcoming to birds, butterflies and humans to grab a quick snack. My garden and surrounding Joshua Trust Trails and Parks are an inspiration to me all your round!
My wife, Ellie and I have created a back yard that we enjoy working and relaxing in. Ellie's gardening and my studio work is enhanced with landscaping ideas that we work on together.
Wall hung sculpted mirrored tree holes from downed trees with adornments. Natural setting, trails, streams, 1/2 acre pond, numerous wild flowers, ferns, moss, Mt.Laurel.
Nancy Allyson Bunnell is a Pastel/Acrylic Painter, who works out of her studio, in rural Northeastern CT. She is both an experienced artist and professional art educator. Her imagery spans from a more formal realism to energy invoked experimental abstraction and design. Her inspiration is a result of creatively interacting with nature, vibrant flowers, rambling riverbeds, thick woodlands, peaceful farms… but primarily from the loving interaction of the precious children and adults in her life
I will display samples of my hand-beaded, hand-woven, hand-wrapped products including: Necklaces, bracelets, earrings, rings, pet jewelry, wire sculptured trees, cheeseboards w/beaded spreaders. Many included stones are from Indonesia.
Emotional Realism: Gourd Art - sculptural, cut, drilled, painted, all from my imagination. Birch paintings on textured paper. Pyrography on wood.