Natural Habitats: Carole’s House a.k.a. Mini Practical Art

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ceg813: “Would you like some sugar in your coffee?”

When she found out about our Natural Habitats series, Practical Art fan and Instagrammer @ceg813 took us on a virtual tour of her abode, which we’re now dubbing the “Mini Practical Art”.  And we were wondering where all our stuff went! Turns out, it’s at Carole’s house.

In her series of posts, there’re no less than eight different artists featured!

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@ceg813: “Our now famous mesquite burl bowl featured in Phoenix Home & Garden June 2014 by artist Greg Corman. Just love the energy in this piece!”
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ceg813: “Owl love.”
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ceg813: “A little more owl love.”
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ceg813: “Yes, I am an Annette Weaver groupie!!! I love her work! The best part of her pieces are the little personal messages that she writes on the bottom. So luck that I had the chance to actually talk with her at Practical Art one day.”
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ceg813: “A few of our favorite wood pieces…”
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ceg813: “And we can’t forget Yeti!!”

In order of appearance, Carole’s house features work by Larry Sorensen, Matt Monaco, Dan Basinski, Greg Corman, Sheila Cavanagh, Annette Weaver, Tom Hewitt, and Jennifer Campbell! She certainly believes in surrounding yourself with the things you love!

Do you have Practical Art in your home?! Let us feature it in a “Natural Habitats” blog! Artful wares look beautiful in the shop, but we think they look so much better in use, being loved! Just hashtag your Instagram photos with #practicalart or tag us as @practicalartphx! If you’re a little more low tech, email your snapshots to info@practical-art.com! 

www.practical-art.com

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