RC132- wall hanging butterfly made of recycled fabric  TEXTILE PRODUCTS MADE BY KANTHA QUILTS.  Kantha is a special hand crafted art mostly done in West Bengal,India and Bangladesh. This work provides livelihood to thousands of jobless women. Poverty in Bangladesh is known to all. But this job can really help them to survive. The entire quilt is hand embroidered with end number of straight stitches to create a unique product, one of a kind. http://bit.ly/1ay2ahk

RC132- wall hanging butterfly made of recycled fabric TEXTILE PRODUCTS MADE BY KANTHA QUILTS. Kantha is a special hand crafted art mostly done in West Bengal,India and Bangladesh. This work provides livelihood to thousands of jobless women. Poverty in Bangladesh is known to all. But this job can really help them to survive. The entire quilt is hand embroidered with end number of straight stitches to create a unique product, one of a kind. http://bit.ly/1ay2ahk

Rebecca Cousins: Women often work in hot conditions for extreme hours to collect the cotton and for very little money. Cotton farmers can often not afford expensive machinery to harvest the crops and with so many people in less ecnomically developed countries will to work for their low pay and bad conditions, they will always have this as an option. However it is seen as a positive throughout the community as without it many people would be jobless.

Rebecca Cousins: Women often work in hot conditions for extreme hours to collect the cotton and for very little money. Cotton farmers can often not afford expensive machinery to harvest the crops and with so many people in less ecnomically developed countries will to work for their low pay and bad conditions, they will always have this as an option. However it is seen as a positive throughout the community as without it many people would be jobless.

23 Sandy Gallery | Once again by Linda Welch – SOLD!

23 Sandy Gallery | Once again by Linda Welch – SOLD!

Andy Smith, developed a style of raku pottery that used traditional Oriental forms & a tight geometrical design. The design work was both abstract & architectural. His use of underglaze colors  was uniquely his own. He made a transition to sagger raku several years ago. This new line is more organic and free-formed. He does occasionally blend the tight design with the looser sagger creating a style all his own.   He continues to create work whose sole purpose is to enhance the space it…

Andy Smith, developed a style of raku pottery that used traditional Oriental forms & a tight geometrical design. The design work was both abstract & architectural. His use of underglaze colors was uniquely his own. He made a transition to sagger raku several years ago. This new line is more organic and free-formed. He does occasionally blend the tight design with the looser sagger creating a style all his own. He continues to create work whose sole purpose is to enhance the space it…

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