Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Kelly Canova Photography shoot

Kelly Canova Photography came to do a wedding inspired shoot at the Art & History Museums - Maitland!
























Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Mayan Stones

A bride and groom got a hold of some of our Mayan stones for their wedding pictures! Sold in our Museum store, great for decorating your garden, and come in different sizes and designs!
Photo By: Pilster Photography

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Dawn Schreiner

Shelly Fox



New Items in our Museum Store

We are excited to feature several new items in our Museum Store! New items include beautiful artwork by Patricia DeFilipps, pottery by Arline Stern, and numerous works by our Culture & Cocktails artist of the month, Josh Garrick. Our store features a boutique shopping atmosphere filled with a variety of items all created by local artists and craftspeople. We encourage you to stop in and see our array of items, perfect for hostess gifts or holiday gift-giving. Museum Store hours are Tuesday - Sunday, 11 AM - 4 PM.

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Holiday Robots from HerArtSheLoves!







Artist Profile: HerArtSheLoves

Artist: HerArtSheLoves
Website: http://theawesomerobots.com
Bio: I make robots, the decorative kind that like to stand around, not the skynet kind.
Who? Artist: makes one of a kind, sometimes jiggly wiggly always awesome, robot sculptures known as HerArtSheLoves all over the web! My background is in digital illustrating and polymer clay sculpting, BUT most importantly I'm a Über nerd. All manner of science fiction I love.
Why? I began working with polymer clay in childhood and returned to the media through out the years. In 2009 I combined my love of geek and sculpting to create robot sculptures. All manner of sci-fi, I freakin' love. Why make robots? Because THEY ARE AWESOME. K-9, Bender, Robbie the Robot... I get to work with an art media I fell in love with as a child and get my geek on every day!
How? Polymer clay is shaped into robotic goodness, beads added for eyes and wire woven into springs to make the neck, arms & legs (coiling gizmo rocks). After baking, multiple coats of varnish are brushed on for protection and shiny delight. Thanks for stopping by and keep being awesome!