Friday, January 9, 2009

Friday's Featured Artist - Huckleberry Arts!

Last nights show with Huckleberry Arts was a total blast! If you only ever listen to one of my shows (although I'd hope you listen to a lot more!) THIS is the one to listen too! Why you may ask? Well, Huck is just a great lady, and she knows her stuff! We not only learned a lot about her as an artist, she gave us some fantastic tips for running our own businesses!

Lil bit of Love Oober Doll

Huck and her husband Rod are both very family orientated artists - and they have 6 kids! One of the precious moments in last nights show was when Huck told us a little bit about each of their kids. I always love listening to a Mom brag about her kids!

One of Huck's latest designs - the Oober doll as shown above - is actually done in collaboration with her 4 year old daughter! Ella did the original drawings and named the dolls. Isn't that just too precious?

Jazzy Cat Original ACEO

Want to find Huck on-line?

Visit her etsy shop!

Find her on Spooky Time Jingles!

Read her Blog!

And see her work featured in the Artisan Shoppe!


Huckleberry Arts said...

I so enjoyed being interviewed with you last night was much Fun and Thank you so much about the wonderful post!!

Have a beautiful day

AlteredGypsy said...

I listened to the show earlier today...Huck, you had so many helpful ideas and tips.
I enjoy the Featured Artist Show with Roseworks very both were great!

BeadedTail said...

What a great feature Rose! I will for sure listen to that show!

storybeader said...

great folk art, and a nice bio. I need to listen to your show... Just as soon as I get off the computer and move to my work table!

uniquecommodities said...

How cute! Great feature!

PurrPrints said...

I love that 2nd doll especially--how sweet!

rkdsign88 said...

These are adorable :)

Tomas Karkalas said...

I enjoyed these creations. While viewing the smile returned to me. Thank you

Anonymous said...

It was a wonderful show! So nice to have a voice with the typed word, photo, and artist work.

Much was learned and I hope you continue with your own show Huck and learn us all sumfin!