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 just received my copy of the Autumn 2015 edition of Prims and couldn’t be happier to see one of my little ladies, Polly, in the gallery section. Polly is a cloth and clay doll, much larger than my usual cloth and clay dollies. Read the basics about how to make a similar cloth and […]
I’ve loved having an Etsy shop. I get asked about my shop a lot. Mostly from folks who have a home-based business who are looking for a way to sell their items online. I consistently tell people it’s the best way, in my opinion, to have an online shop without the work of building it […]
This little lady was very fun to make. I LOVE making artwork for Halloween and autumn. You can be as silly, serious or as spooky as you want to be. This little girl is on the sweet side. She is my offering for August’s PFATT Marketplace update. Here are some pics of sweet Jackie.
Earlier this year I worked on a piece especially for the Kentucky Folk Art Center’s summer exhibition entitled Come We to the Summer. I was honored to have my piece selected for the exhibit. The show is scheduled to be displayed until August 29th. So there is still time to view this wonderful exhibit if […]