Appalachian Folk Art by Kentuckian, Rebecca F. Miller Campbell. Featuring handmade One of a Kind (OOAK) signed, numbered, primitive art dolls, paintings & bits of whimsy from the hills of Eastern Kentucky.
I want to share this little girl with you. Her name came to me quite suddenly, after her completion. I finished tying the embroidery thread attaching the buttons & wings to her body & the name “Grace” came. She’s graceful for sure & one of the loveliest tree toppers I’ve made. I can see this… [Continue Reading]
Here are a just a few, and I mean a few, of the latest items I’ve added to my etsy shop. Just a little treat for the eyes! Each photo links to the available item in my shop. Enjoy!
The air’s a little chilly, mums decorate porches, pumpkins abound………and it’s time for the Kentucky Guild of Artists & Craftsmen Fall Fair. I’ll be loading up my pretties & showing them off this weekend at Indian Fort Theater in Berea, Kentucky. Come join me! Visit this website or click the image below for more information…. [Continue Reading]
It’s that time of year again…festival season. This past weekend, I participated in the 42nd annual Sorghum Festival in my hometown of West Liberty, Kentucky. This was an emotional & celebratory festival for us & we definitely felt the love from many of you who came to support our small town. This was a different… [Continue Reading]