Freshly salvaged wood

I made a run to Hammonton yesterday to drop off some goods at the Noyes Museum Shop & Framing location there. Some of my work will be for sale there and at their main location in Oceanville. I’m bagging renting space on Long Beach Island and will be putting stuff on consignment at a few local shops, like Noyes (and I won’t be raising my prices for these items either!). I’ll be adding this info to my “where to buy” page with directions to each location. For their Hammonton location I brought items for a Holiday Bazaar their hosting, which starts on November 15th and runs until December 31st. The kickoff for the bazaar is on the 15th from 5-9pm. “Visitors can shop an eclectic array of art & fine crafts from skilled local and regional artists for early holiday shopping.  The kickoff features: “one of a kind gift items, live music, Wine Education Session, gift Basket Giveaways, and more.  FREE ADMISSION!” Check it out if you get a chance.

On my way out to Hammonton I passed by this house and I just couldn’t resist grabbing some new pieces to work with!! Lots of character are embed in these boards from all the wear and tear from their past use as decking on their front porch.

One final note, my next event has been canceled. It was on Long Beach Island at the St. Francis Center. Since the island has only been opened a few days ago to residents, it’s no surprise that the event would be canceled. There are no plans to reschedule it. I am looking into doing one more before the end of the year, possibly at the Tuckerton Seaport. I’ll post info as it arises.

Old wood outside of a house where renovations are occurring.

A nice pile of old pine flooring.

Chipping paint.