Monday, November 23, 2009

Holiday shopping at The Flemish House

Mae Charm Designs artist Sara Gerber



I had a book signing last evening that went exeptionally well!
Here you see the author, Dennis McGeehan, and Johnsonburgian Cindy Elmquist.
The new window dressing along with offerings from Little Mill Creek and the fab photography of Bill Warmbrodt.
I have more new artists in the gallery and will show pics later in the week...stay tuned ;)

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Upcoming at the Gallery

johnsonburg book

News from the Gallery:

  • new artists with their lovely items such as pottery, felt Christmas trees, mirrors & chalkboards, cards, photography, jewelry, etc. etc.
  • book signing on the 22nd at 4pm with Dennis McGeehan(look below)
  • Community Christmas 4-8 on the 22nd in Johnsonburg and The Johnsonburg Community Center
  • taking orders for custom pieces such as Mom pendants
  • don't forget, I also have a nice inventory of beading supplies including semi-precious stones
  • new map will be available by the holidays of local artisan shops and studios including food artisans
  • two shops in Ridgway also carry 'me' ECCOTA and The Shop on Main

November 22nd, 4pm
The Flemish House Art Gallery presents
Author Dennis McGeehan
signing his newest book 'Johnsonburg'
600 Market Street
Johnsonburg, Pa. 15845
This wonderful book includes 228 photos of our town!!!

Book Description:
Johnsonburg, the “Paper City,” is situated at the juncture of the east and west branches of the Clarion River in Pennsylvania’s Allegheny Mountains. Its prime location guaranteed that this vibrant community in Elk County would flourish. Surrounded by trees, Johnsonburg made a living from wood. Sawmills, tanneries, and a large paper mill have dominated the lives of the Italian immigrants and other groups that settled in town. River transportation gave way to railroads, and Johnsonburg became a hub of rail carriers moving freight and passengers. Its riverside location also had disadvantages, and the history of the community is measured in flood years. Johnsonburg was frequently flooded, but the people never gave in to hard times. Today Johnsonburg is still mostly surrounded by trees, and the forests have made the area a sporting paradise. Hunting, fishing, and outdoor recreation are an important part of the modern economy.
Author Bio:
Dennis McGeehan, a college history professor and freelance photographer, is the author of Elk County, Ridgway, and St. Marys. He lectures widely on his extensive worldwide travels. A resident of Kersey when he is not on the road, he keeps busy photographing the Allegheny National Forest and the Pennsylvania Wilds.

This event is also scheduled during:

Johnsonburg Community Christmas
Community Christmas 4-8
Activities scheduled in the Johnsonburg Community Center include
artisans, soup sale, parade and Santa

Sunday, November 15, 2009

Mother's Pendants and Such

Letter stamps and disc cutters are the necessary tools for this new item I have available for the Holidays and beyond. This piece is one I made out of brass for myself including my 3 lovely daughters with their birthstones. I also used a dapping punch and block, wood ones, to create the dome shapes.


Another version for a single child also using brass and more crystals one for the child and the other for the Mother, along with a freshwater pearl symbolizing hope. The bird stamp is so sweet and perfect for this type of work :)



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