Semi-Thanksgiving Update

I’ve added some more Thanksgiving decorations to the mix at the shop. Stan found several cornucopia shells that where the right size, so I whipped up another batch of fruits and dipped them and the finished products came out much better than I expected. As I said in my last post, I’ve received a lot of accolades for my work and now that may be translating into further exposure for my work. Some of my wreathes and trees are now in a featured area of the shop, as well as being in my booth. Also, the Goodwin Library, here  in town, is also interested in featuring my work in their display case at the center of the library for the holiday season. I still have to work out the details, but it looks like my work will be in the case by the end of next week. That’s exciting news! Thanks for the support everyone.

Author: Kyle

Kyle Leach is an Artist, Poet, Blogger, Gardener, Museum Curator, & Community Activist.

7 thoughts

  1. These really a glorious feast for the eyes. Would be so comforting to have one of the baskets in one's home. Can't help wondering if you make them as agreeable to the nose by deliberately scenting them with pine, for instance – or maybe they are odourless?

  2. Dear Kyle:
    I am the author of the illustrated picture book: The Happiness Tree: Celebrating the gifts of trees we treasure. I happened upon your website in a google search and wanted to say hello. May I send you a review copy of the book? The book was recently staged as a children's play at the University of Utah and was a finalist for the Florida Children's Book Award. Tree lovers of all ages tell me they are moved by the tree poems and lush paintings.
    Your happiness tree decor is magnificent. Happy Thanksgiving!
    All best,
    Andrea Alban (Gosline)

  3. Thanks Steven!

    Thanks Renee. I think they really are a welcome splash of color for the holiday.

    Hi there Ray, my grandmother did scent some of them. I've also thought of doing that as well. The possibility for scent are almost as endless as the colors.

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