Saturday, December 10, 2005

In the Attic: A Couple of New Kennith Humphrey Oils


Tuesday, December 06, 2005

Kitchmas?

Country Roads Magazine's December issue has a story called Merry Kitschmas!
Wacky, weird and wonderful oddments
to put creativity—if not class—back into gift giving


Our own Elayne Goodman is featured and here is what they had to say about one of her pieces currently hanging in the Attic:

H
is for “Heartbreak Hotel,”

“Of all the things I ever expected to achieve in my life,” Goodman mused, “Being in Rolling Stone never occurred to me.”
For Goodman it’s not about the fame, it’s about the people. “Every Elvis person is a fun person,” said Goodman about the people she has met through her work. “It has won me many friends and acquaintances.” And many admirers, including actress Julia Roberts, who acquired one of Goodman’s pieces.

Also read Country Road's latest folk wisdom by the Attic's Lucile Hume.

Monday, December 05, 2005

Sunday Dec. 11 - Dorothy Moore signing CDs

This Sunday afternoon is a great opportunity to:

1. Meet a blues legend

2. Shop for gifts

3. Save money

4. Just hang out.

The Attic will be open Dec. 11 from 1 PM to 5 PM for holiday shopping.

It's a laid back place to get some hand made gifts of art or fine crafts for those special persons on your list (including you).

And our gift is a once-a-year 10% discount on all items purchased and paid for that day.

Almost all.

The one exception is the work of our special guest - Farish Street Records' recording artist Dorothy Moore. Dorothy will be signing her Christmas CD - Please Come Home For Christmas (and her other CDs as well). Read an interview with Dorothy here.


On Please Come Home For Christmas Dorothy works her bluesy magic with these Christmas songs.

* Christmas Everyday
* Please Come Home for Christmas
* Santa Claus isComing To Town
* Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
* Jingle Bell Rock
* Little Drummer Girl
* Silent Night
* The Christmas Song
* One Less Chair Around the Table

The CD is $15.99, so it's extremely giftable.

Come see us in the Attic Sunday.