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  • Chester – Stormie Parker



    18” Clay Sculpture

    Hand formed Ceramic Sculpture

  • The Champion – Stormie Parker


    The Champion

    15” Clay Sculpture

    Hand formed and Crackle Glazed Sculpture

  • Hazel – Stormie Parker



    22” Clay Sculpture

    Hand formed and fired Sculpture

  • Bone Yard – Stormie Parker


    Bone Yard

    11” Tallest Clay Sculpture

    Hand formed and fired Sculpture

  • Teddy – Stormie Parker

    Rated 5.00 out of 5


    13” Clay Sculpture

    Hand formed Ceramic

  • Jim – Stormie Parker



    11.5” Clay Sculpture

    Hand formed Ceramic

  • Rhino – Stormie Parker



    9’ Clay Vase

    Hand formed and fired

  • Elephant – Stormie Parker



    11’ Clay Vase

    Hand formed and fired

  • Skipper – Stormie Parker



    13’ Clay Sculpture

    Hand formed and fired

  • Barney – Stormie Parker



    22” Clay Sculpture

    Hand formed and Crackle Glazed

  • My Backyard Buddy – Nancy Conant


    My Backyard Buddy

    Framed 12 x 10


    The tobacco horn worm is fiercely hated by anyone who’s trying to grow tomatoes. They have a veracious appetite and if left unchecked, will devour an entire plant in a day or two.
    So why do I love these little critters so much, (actually they’re pretty big – three to four inches!)? I am completely fascinated by their life cycle. So, I’ve found a way to live in peace with these guys. I put them in a large tank and give them about three inches of dirt, (when they pupate they drop into the soil and burrow their way down). I give them the pruned branches from my plants each day. If I have a deadbeat plant that yields barely anything, that becomes their daily portion. It works for me and I’m sure they appreciate not being cut in half, (that’s how my sister deals with them; appalling)!
    When they finally emerge from the soil, they’ve transformed into a marvelous sphinx moth. They are about the size of my palm and they really are a sight to behold.
    I look forward to my yearly visit from my backyard buddies.

  • The Three Amigos – Nancy Conant


    The Three Amigos

    Framed 10 x 12


    This painting was inspired by Proverbs 6:6. To quote the BLB.org, “The ant has been famous in all ages for its social habits, foresight, economy and industry. Collecting their food at the proper seasons, they bite off the ends of the grain to prevent it from germinating, and lay it up in cells until needed.”
    As for me; I simply enjoy bugs! I like to observe them. I like to touch them, (the non-deadly ones, that is). I just love bugs. My kids don’t bring the bugs and lizards and such critters in the house. Mom does!
    These three guys are Mexican ants. I was vacationing in Baja and shot these three fellows working this chip across the sand. You can almost here them talking to each other, trying to maneuver the chip.
    I hope you enjoy the series as much as I enjoyed observing them, photographing them and finally painting them.