gadZooks! will be open starting June 1st!!
We’ve cleaned, we’ve refreshed, and we’ll be taking the following precautions to protect both staff and customers:
• Our hours will be adjusted to allow for extra cleaning time
• Hand sanitizer will be available at the front door
• Masks are encouraged. If you don’t have one, we’ll have some available
• Only staff and up to eight (8) people will be allowed in the store at a time
Kathy is busy working on bees, and barns, and flowers, oh my!
Sue has also been hard at work. Or is it play? Here’s a painting of a Bewick’s Wren called “Announcing Spring”.
Teri has been dabbing away with her oils and created this wonderful piece.
Strong and Free ~ 12×24 oil
Teddi has been working on her gourds and her process is very interesting. The main wood burning is done first, followed by shading, carving and staining. She’s currently working on a large gourd and it will take some time to finish.
Kathy advises that, like every other creative person on the planet, she’s been busy making things. Her things are glorious little bits of whimsy.
Robin has been hard at work creating her wood and leather signs and other home décor items.
Caroline thinks some people are overly ambitious. She’s done some cleaning, some reading, some art work, but no cooking to speak of. She’s also been walking the dog and attending her regular yoga class, but on Zoom.
Helen says that this self-isolation thing is getting old, but there’s still a few books she hasn’t read and old friends she hasn’t spent hours on the phone with yet.
Her Dick Blick delivery has arrived and the dried up frisket and rough absorbent paper has been replaced with new and improved. She’s been doing some interesting watercolor experiments and while she sacrificed her fingerprints to the old and stubborn frisket, only one of her projects turned into “cat dish place mat.”
As a “Goldilocks” walker she’s been stomping around her property. You know, not too hot, not too cold, not too windy. Speaking of Goldilocks, or maybe it’s Rapunzel, she took the scissors to her hair and is no longer getting her bangs in her homemade soup, stew, and spaghetti. “Actually, this is kinda fun. l can do whatever I want, whenever I want — in the same cat-fur-covered sweats day after day!”
Cheyenne has been working on making more of her popular dragons.