I’ll be on Checking on the Arts with Kaky Walton, along with the super talented Melissa Bridgeman, on Monday December 7 at 3:49 pm discussing our plans for holiday sales this year. Give a listen on WKNO Radio FM 91.1, ok? Or after air date, check for link to listen below.
Send me a message or give me a call at 901-828-3685 if you are interested in adding a little something exotic and tropical to your holidays! I’ll be posting some photos and info over the next few weeks, too.
Although all terries are homes, the piece I submitted is a memory of an imaginary home I’ve visited many times since I was a lonely kid with my nose in a book. “Mermaid’s Cove “ was almost like a nightclub in JM Barrie’s Peter Pan, where Peter would go play with the flirtatious sea maidens, leaving Wendy at home to feed the Lost Boys and get them to bed.
This is a young terrarium, still in its first growth; it will need careful trimming to maintain the design over the years. This is the piece which I planted this summer on The Family Plot television show. You can view the segment here Nancy Builds a Terry on The Family Plot
If you want to learn more about these fascinating creations or get one of your own, you can send me an email or call 901-828-3685. Come to my Open House Show and Sale on Sunday December 16 from noon to four p.m., too, at 700 North Belvedere in Midtown.
Here are some of the little jewels I’ve been working on this year. Come meet them at my Open House on December 17, from noon to 4 pm, at 700 North Belvedere. Call me at 901-828-3685 with any questions. Ya’ll come!
It’s that time again, what with the cold and gray of winter descending on us, to get a little green to brighten your home or office. Terrariums are great gifts for anyone who likes nature (and, really, who doesn’t like nature?) and particularly for us urban dwellers, with no space or time to garden.
Come see me Sunday December 18, from noon to four pm, and I’ll help you pick just the right creation, whether simple and low maintenance for the novice, or more elaborate for a plant enthusiast to trim and train.
Seeking something truly unique? Think kokedama!
And that’s not all! Alisa Botto will be here with some photos from her Suburban Skies series, and they’re fabulous!
I’ll be cooking some nibbles, too, and hope you can come share some holiday cheer. Check it all out below, send me a message, or call me at 901-828-3685 for more information. Ya’ll Come!