Here are some of the images I took in the showroom during our first of two fall open houses last weekend. It rained here is SW Michigan so there are not many picture of the back porch though it was filled with furniture too at various points throughout the weekend.
Inside the White Oak Studio Designs showroom
A long shot from the barrier free bathroom ends with a view of my photo area blue and black bedspreads turned into “curtains.”.
We like to offer an old-fashioned and warm White Oak Studio welcome!
Our refreshment table offered cider and cookies.
I’ve found its easy to work hard and create, but at my age it’s not so easy to get this work out to the public. I’ve tried consignment in various galleries and shops, Craig’s List and the like but this is where a studio tour comes into play.
A primitive display case holds hand-constructed art cards with image transferred photography on them.
A sampling of our hand-painted furniture and handmade plant papers.
I am very fortunate to have a freestanding studio space dedicated to my creative endeavors.
Hydrangea blooms fill the window boxes and a pumpkin peeks out.
More exterior decorations for the open house.
Not a lot of light on a dim rainy day, but here are two pieces that were showcased on the open porch.
The path from the blacksmith forge to the art studio back porch.
You have just one more chance to visit. Our second and last, open house of this season takes place in two weeks on the weekend of October 19 & 20th. from 10:00 a.m. to 5 p.m.. This is when we participate in the 2013 Art & Eats Back Roads Countryside Tour of rural arts, food and farms. More details at http://www.artandeats.com
Thanks for your sweet visit!
Small House / Big Sky Donna