Thursday, December 15, 2011

blanc et noir: new gothic treasuries by inthecrystalpalace

Here are two new music-inspired treasuries curated by Kym Hepworth for inthecrystalpalace. They highlight talented members of Team Killer Cool:

The treasury Into the White was inspired by seeing the Pixies perform Into The White in Charleston, SC in November.

and the treasury The Long Black Veil was inspired by the tragic country ballad, The Long Black Veil, first recorded by Lefty Frizzell:

Please click on the links above to see the treasuries on Etsy and visit the shops!

Monday, December 12, 2011

holiday gift finds!!!

Looking for unique gifts underneath the tree? Razzle-dazzle stocking stuffers? Eye-popping art to deck the walls? Check out these beautiful, hand-crafted finds!

A holiday treasury highlighting talented members of Team Killer Cool!

Please click on the link above to see the treasury on Etsy and visit the shops!

Saturday, December 10, 2011

Bunnies! - a new treasury by inthecrystalpalace

inthecrystalpalace is a member of Team Killer Cool on Etsy. Here's our latest treasury featuring items made by fellow team members:

Bunnies! curated by Robin for inthecrystalpalace
click on the link above to see the treasury on Etsy and visit the shops!

Friday, December 2, 2011

2nd Annual Telfair Trunk Show

If you're in Savannah, GA this weekend, come join us at the 2nd Annual Telfair Trunk Show in the Jepson Center's Eckburg Atrium on Saturday, December 3, 2011 from  10:00 am - 5:00 pm. The holiday trunk show features exceptional wares made by local artists and artisans, including ornaments, cards, handcrafted art, and one-of-a-kind gift items. There will also be free activities for children, a gift wrapping station, and holiday refreshments.

This year’s artists include:
Tina Austing
Kelley McCarthy
Joanna Angell
Maricia Blizzard Flowers
Robert Triheart
Chris Geiger
Mary Millsaps
Robin Miller and Kym Hepworth (a.k.a. inthecrystalpalace)
Kay Warren
Eric Wooddell

inthecrystalpalace will display our original mixed media assemblages, collages, collage magnets, collage pendants, and sun ornaments. 

The Jepson Center is located at 207 W. York Street in the Historic District.