Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Happy Valentine's Day!

“If I had a flower for every time I thought of you...I could walk through my garden forever.”
 Alfred Tennyson

Thursday, January 23, 2014

Don't Forget Your Sweetheart!

Can you guess what is the traditional first anniversary gift?  I'll give you a hint....

Who wouldn't love a paper sculpture that lasts forever on the day that celebrates your lifelong commitment to one another?  We make an assortment of beautiful occasion gifts in addition to our other lovely home, fine art, and event displays.  Take a look through our gallery and contact us if you are interested in ordering.  Keep in mind that, with enough lead time, we also do custom projects!
Also, a friendly reminder!  Valentine's Day is right around the corner.....

Friday, November 8, 2013

"Linda" Visits the GYA Art Exhibit

Our lovely gal, Linda, was invited to show in the Glendale Youth Alliance's 2nd Annual Art Exhibit, which took place last night.  The event featured 50+ local artists with over 100 pieces of work. All funds raised from art sales will go towards supporting GYA programs and the youth of our community.

We had a blast seeing old friends and meeting new ones. Happy to see the art scene is alive and well in Glendale!

Sunday, September 8, 2013

New Project and a Riddle!

We're making a new piece in a new guessed it: black! This piece is inspired by one of the most beautiful, amazing cats ever to live, Peaches Le Purr, whose fur was the blackest black you'd ever seen. (Rest in peace, Le Purr). It's also inspired by the material that's sitting next to the flowers in the above image. Can you guess what it is? Here's a riddle: what do the two things pictured above have in common?

Here's a hint: they both burn.

That's right, the answer is they're both carbon based. One is paper and the other is coal. Who knew coal was so beautiful.

Stay tuned for the new black piece to be finished soon!

Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Transporting "WOW, That's BIG!"

Last month we completed our biggest wall hanging to date for a wedding in Bel Aire. We received a lot of inquires about how we transported this 12-foot long creation and so we thought we'd just show you. Thanks to our trusty helpers (AKA "muscles") we got it over there and hung up in time for the sunset wedding. Stay tuned for a shot of the piece at the wedding.