Monthly Archives: November 2011

Journal For Sale

Working on something new. I love my old books, and framing the great pictures inside of them. But what to do with the leftovers? It almost feels worse to take apart the book because then you really have taken away … Continue reading

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Library Book Sale Conquered!

Milwaukee has a beautiful library downtown. On Saturday it had a book sale. I took the family and we got many books, all for under $20. I picked up a few that piqued my interests: old and great illustrations. But … Continue reading

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Cha Cha picture of the day 11/14/2011

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Picture of Furniture **New In Store**

Actually, it is doll house furniture, or an illustration on crafted doll house furniture, but what the hey, it looks like odd modern furniture, with great colors and patterns, so I framed it and now it is for sale in … Continue reading

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Fairy Circle and Furniture * New In Store*

Here is a lovely book illustration:That I have framed and put up for sale: And then soon I will put up this picture too:The first is from the book The Golden Book Encyclopedia * Book 6 * Erosion to Geysers, … Continue reading

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Peter Pan and Turkey

2 new pictures went up today at Gotcha Cha Cha on etsy. As usual, $25 each, nicely matted and framed. “Peter Pan and Wendy” is a cover page, with a library stamp and some numbers on it. The illustration is … Continue reading

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Leo Klein Painting Workshop 11/9/11

When you get to have a workshop with Leo Klein, the artist and Waldorf educator, you gotta share: This is my husband Mike, with Leo Klein, and the ball he just finished painting in watercolor, which is not easy to … Continue reading

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