52 Fridays #19 – Maine

Gentle Readers,

After another week of sickness (argh!), 52 Fridays is again being published on a not-Friday.  As well, since I had less time to work on this collection, I sourced everything from Etsy.  Usually, I work from a variety of resources.

Regardless of my “off week”, I found myself really responding to each of the artists I’m sharing with you.  This isn’t always the case with Etsy, in my growing state-by-state experience.  So yay for Maine Etsy artists!  You’ve got some fine bodies of work. Thanks!…

Maine Artists painting

Yellow House by Jennifer Judd-McGee - Northeast Harbor

Maine landscape painting

Marsh Road by Mary Ann Cary - Cape Elizabeth

Maine jewelry artists

Little Sea Swimmer from Tuizui collection by Ann Jenkins - Bar Harbor

Maine fiber artists

Custom Little City Kid Portrait by Melissa Crowe - Portland

maine woodworkers

Hobbit Hole Garden House by Wooden Wonders - Thorndike

Maine potters

Raku Red Crowned Crane and Moon by Rocky Mann - Bar Harbor

customized ceramic pet sculptures

Customized Dog Clay Sculpture by Indigo Twin - small town 🙂

Maine artists

Hand Printed Wallpaper, Bird Design by Modern Bohemian - Portland

Maine artists

Seagull by Kathryn Robertson - Machias

Maine fiber artists

Moon and Trees Batik by Suzanne Drown - South Portland

8 thoughts on “52 Fridays #19 – Maine

  1. i hope you are all well now! it’s spring – send those germs out the window!

    regarding maine – they have so many artists and such natural beauty – it’s a feast. i love your choices, especially the city kid and the moon and trees. joy and good health to you!
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  2. HOORAY FOR MAINE!!!! What a great choice! I want to live in a Hobbit hole complete with a round green door with a knob in the center. I love the flowers by Jennifer Judd Mc-Gee and Northeast Harbor is so beautiful! I love the seagull too. Awesome art! My grandfather used to have a table in the “Made in Maine” trade show every year and it was wonderful to see all of the craftspeople showing their work! At the end of the show everyone made trades so I got some great stuff that way. Thanks for posting!
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  3. Wow, you’re right, there’s a ton to look at here. I can’t say I’m surprised. I think of people as proud of their own states, but Mainers (?) especially for some reason. I love the batik, and the wallpaper and the little dog, but especially Marsh Road. Nice choices, dear.
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