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Pine reclaimed from rustic structures bears the knots bestowed by nature, the saw marks and nail holes added by artisans. It's kiln-dried, bleached, sanded, lightly waxed and finally sealed with a protective coat of matte lacquer. 22" sq x 22"H. One 15"W x 15-3/4"D x 2-1/2"H drawer with nickel pull.
$395.00
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Pine reclaimed from rustic structures bears the knots bestowed by nature, the saw marks and nail holes added by artisans. It's kiln-dried, bleached, sanded, lightly waxed and finally sealed with a protective coat of matte lacquer. Three cubbies hold cable box, DVR, Blu-ray player, game consoles, etc. Six drawers (three 19"W x 14-1/2"D x 2-1/2"H, three 19"W x 14-1/2"D x 6-1/2"H) store entertainment accoutrements. Nickel pulls. 68"W x 20"D x 26"H.
$1,795.00
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Stadium blanket, picnic cloth, bright spot of color on the bed—there's so many ways and places to use this reversible throw in soft cotton/rayon fleece. Machine wash. Austria. 39"W x 55"L.
$75.00
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Full of fun, gender-neutral blanket any baby (and Mom) will love. Totally reversible, the soft cotton/rayon fleece couldn't be cuddlier. Machine wash. Austria. 27"W x 35"L.
$45.00
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Primitive, abstract and very personal, Karen Bezuidenhout's work evokes the wonder, simplicity, love of nature and serenity with which she paints. Reared on a farm in South Africa's winelands, she now lives in Santa Barbara, California, where she's constantly influenced by her beautiful surroundings. Horses, chickens and peaceful landscapes are favorite subjects for her acrylic canvases, which are owned by private collectors all over the world. Her work has been exhibited at galleries in South Africa and California. Paintings are one-of-a-kind, subject to prior sale. 20"W x 16"H.
$1,100.00
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Using vintage clothing and linens as inspiration, Carolyn Holman clips reclaimed fabric with spontaneous imprecision, incorporating rustic swatches into Flowers for a Picnic. Having applied multiple layers of beeswax, resin and pigment, she fuses her mix of mediums onto wood with the heat of a blowtorch, creating the veiled translucence that defines her work. One of a kind; subject to prior sale. 24" Sq.
$2,250.00
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Traditional handblown glass takes on modern dimensions in all-ocassion glassware that is as lovely to hold in hand as it is to look at. Holds approx. 5 ounces. Imported. 2-3/4" dia. x 7"H, set of 4.
$68.00
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Born and bred on a mid-western farm, Katherine Dunn had never experienced the ocean before moving to Oregon; when she saw the Pacific, it was love at first sight. This painting expresses the mystery and exoticism or the Oregon coastline, as well as the salty smell and crashing sounds. Acrylic on pine board. One of a kind; subject to prior sale. 12" square.
$1,100.00
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Often described as "intuitive," the paintings of Santa Barbara artist Bill Woolway are often inhabited by figures of a temporal quality, not on the land, but locked into and a part of the land that nourishes us. This recent painting, incorporating his signature visceral slices of color, illustrates his credo: "I paint what I feel and go where my brush takes me." Exclusive. Acrylic on canvas. 11"W x 14"H.
$500.00
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On the eastern end of Santa Cruz Island, the largest of the Channel Islands, Island Pass is a favorite spot for day trips hiking, snorkeling, kayaking or adventurous camping. Santa Barbara artist Nicole Strasburg's atmospherically graphic painting captures one of the many hiking trails leading through the diverse landscape. Oil on a birch panel. One of a kind, subject to prior sale. 12"W x 12"H.
$750.00
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Vintage cotton saris are repurposed to dress a bed or drape a couch in the colorful garb of India. The one-of-a-kind patchwork throw is quilted by hand using traditional kantha stitching. Fully reversible. Dry clean. Imported. A Sundance exclusive. 74"L x 52"W.
$325.00
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The wind on Katherine Dunn's Oregon farm speaks to her spirit. At times she feels it responding directly to questions on her mind, at others she finds it brings unexpected messages. In this painting, she pictures herself listening to its voice, taking in its influence. Acrylics, pastels and collage on pine board. One of a kind; subject to prior sale. 12" Sq.
$1,100.00
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Traditional quilts with an exotic edge add glimpses of another culture to your surroundings. Each is an original, handmade in India by artisans who work lengths and patches of vintage cotton saris into stunning throws for sofa, chair or bed. Hand quilted and reversible; colors and patterns will vary. Dry clean. Imported. Each is one-of-kind and subject to prior sale. 57" x 86".
$495.00
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Living and working at Apifera Farm in Oregon, Katherine Dunn paints “from the heart of a feeling, living member of Mother Earth.” Her horse, a constant companion, figures in this canvas painted with a subconscious understanding not fully clear to her conscious self, creating the mystical quality prevalent in much of her work. Acrylic on canvas, signed on the back. One of a kind original, subject to prior sale. 36" x 36".
$3,600.00
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Katherine Dunn of Apifera Farm, Oregon, has a horse as constant companion and consistant muse. Riding him, she often feels that she is floating, experiencing the world in a very visceral way that invites new perspective, as evident in this evocative canvas with light and dark moons. Acrylic on canvas, signed on the back. One of a kind original, subject to prior sale. 24" x 30".
$3,500.00
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Remember a special year—or look forward to the next—with this oversized serving plate, handmade by California ceramist Alex Marshall and personalized just for you. You choose the name and year, and Alex creates a one-of-a-kind plate in white high-fire clay, hand shaped, painted and glazed. Her goal is to design ceramics "which maintain the intent and authenticity of the individually handcrafted piece," juxtaposing strength and grace. Made in USA. Catalog exclusive. 14-1/4" dia.
$128.00
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Surprise friends and family with this plate handmade by California ceramist Alex Marshall to celebrate special people and special dates. You choose the name and date, and Alex creates a one-of-a-kind plate in white high-fire clay, hand shaped, painted and glazed so that "each plate retains its own integrity, seen in the slight asymmetry, while remaining a clean, modern form." Made in USA. Catalog exclusive. 14-1/4" dia.
$128.00
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Set at her farm in Oregon's Willamette Valley, Sundance artisan Katherine Dunn writes about "Healing Conversations in the Barnyard," a memoir of grief and healing that opens readers' eyes to love, joy and humor in the ebb and flow of life. As she tends to her "misfits of love"—aged, abandoned and ailing farm animals—she shares conversations in the magical space where humans connect with animals. Photos and illustrations by the author. USA. Paperbound. 6" x 9".
$35.00
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As Utah artist Brian Kershisnik celebrates individuality, he reflects on the ephemeral nature of human existence. Giclée pigment print of original painting, on fine art paper, ready for framing. 9"W x 22"H.
$250.00
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