Here are some of my latest pieces. Click on an image to see larger. If you’re interested in owning a piece of your own contact me at 1 (505) 429-3670, email me at email@example.com, or click here to use the contact form.
I will be a featured artist in the upcoming Fred Harvey weekend in Santa Fe, New Mexico, October 20th-22nd, 2017. Click here to read the full September 2017 newsletter from La Fonda. Excerpt from newsletter: Detours at La Fonda – SPECIAL EVENT! Welcome Fred Heads and Mary Jane Colter Fans! October 20th through October 22nd, 2017Continue reading “Fred Harvey Weekend at La Fonda”
Bolo Tie Commission Click on an image to view larger. Interested in owning a piece of your own? Please contact Elise at 1 (505) 429-3670 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Images© 2015 Elise Renault
Thank you for looking at my latest work. It will be for sale at Rough Rider Antiques in Las Vegas, NM this weekend September 12th and 13th during the annual Las Vegas Studio Arts Tour. Rough Rider Antiques is across the street from the Castañeda Hotel which will feature several local artists. A big thanksContinue reading “Las Vegas Studio Arts Tour”
Original La Posada Harvey Girl Marie Lamar and I having a chat and negotiating a trade: a box of broken Mimbreno dishes for a custom piece from my Fred Harvey Line. Thank you, Ann-Mary for facilitating this meeting. I can’t stop doin’ the happy dance! See below for the custom piece I’ve just finished for MarieContinue reading “Meeting with an original Harvey Girl”
Some of Elise Renault’s latest work. Have something cool you’d like turned into a piece of jewelry or want something you see here? Contact Elise at 1 (505) 429-3670 or email me at email@example.com.
The La Posada Hotel in Winslow, AZ is now carrying my Fred Harvey Line. I dropped off 10 pieces and am STILL doin’ the happy dance! See most of them below. Click on a photo to view larger. Want to own a piece of your own? Please visit the La Posada Gift Shop in Winslow, ArizonaContinue reading “Fred Harvey Line now at La Posada Hotel Gift Shop”
So what is The Fred Harvey Line? A few years ago, I began walking the railroad tracks near my home looking for rusty old stuff to add to an ongoing sculpture in my back yard. Though scarce, occasionally I would find small bits of pottery with a red and black motif; others had a lovelyContinue reading “Fred Head”