Garden Expo wrapped Up

The third and final day at Garden Expo was a hit.  We needed to do a little rearranging, which is a good thing.  Thanks again to everyone who stopped in to support us.  I had a lot of inquiries about our location.  All of my welded art is sold at Russell’s Farm Market ( seasonally from early May through the fall.  We also have my mother’s paintings, vintage treasures, annual flowers, perennials, large display gardens, and produce of course.  Stop out to see us just off I-39 at the Plainfield exit.  We are right on Highway 73, 1.5 miles west … Continue reading Garden Expo wrapped Up

A Great Garden Expo

Early February in Wisconsin means Garden Expo in Madison.  We are at the end of Day 2, one more day to go.  It has been a great show.  Seeing lots of familiar faces, selling a few pieces, encouraging people to come up to the farm in spring to see the awesome display gardens and plant selections, and just enjoying the atmosphere and energy of everything and everyone.  Here are a few pictures of the booth this year: Continue reading A Great Garden Expo


Not that I wear a lot of jewelry, it just seemed like a fun thing to make.  And it allowed me to stay indoors a bit on the coldest or more miserable days and still be productive.  I decided on a variety of things, mostly wire wrapped pieces, but a few things in the Vintage line and a couple unique strings that  can be worn as a bracelet or necklace.  Each piece is unique as they are all hand crafted using various beads and found items. Continue reading Jewelry