Well, I’ve been playing around a bit on Squidoo, in fact, writing even more about the funky cuff bracelets I had made from recycled metal. If you’ve not heard quite enough about the subject, you can find even more on my Metal Art from Haiti lens here.
I’ve also been Twittering myself silly. It’s fun and non-committal, and you can find Three Stone Steps’ random musings right here.
And, I’m happy–I think–to say that I found the red le roi shown below a new, good home!
I found this fantastically wonderful, amazing beaded bag in Haiti. I have one in red, too, and it’s below, but the blue is my favorite.They have great faces, and none of my existing bags have faces. In fact, none of the scarves have faces.
I’m selling these. They aren’t on Three Stone Steps, but I’m selling them live, as we speak, in DC, at the Downtown Holiday Marketplace, in front of the Smithsonian Museum of American Art/National Portrait Gallery. I just, quite blissfully, have the day off.
The fashion accessories I sell are there, too. I have those great mosquito netting bags, in the cross body, messenger, and shoulder bag styles. I have those silk scarves that are affordable luxury, but I have noticed how people just look at my buddies, Le Roi.
If you’re in the area, I hope you’ll come and see the King(s) live!
I’m tickled to announce that I have at long last–well, after about two weeks–have the fantastic metal cuff bracelets I had made in Haiti from recycled 55-gallon oil drums on my site. You can find these pieces of wearable art right here.
These make a perfect and unique gift. Of course, you may jut want one for yourself.
And, here’s a photo of the artisan modeling his work:
Pretty cool, huh?
For your viewing pleasure, my first ever video of my first ever trip to Haiti.
(This is the same video as the one posted below, but maybe of a higher quality??)
Enjoy. And, please let me know if you’ve any questions or comments. Thanks!
(And, a quick note: For some technical reason well beyond my ability, the video looks best without the full screen view. This, I might add, is not the case when watching it directly on my computer. If I can figure out how to embed a better quality video, I’ll do it.)
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.