Carlisle Blackwelder

Carlisle Blackwelder

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Have you ever wondered, “What do butterflies eat?” Have you ever been curious about which local butterflies you can find in your own backyard?

Have you ever wondered, “What do butterflies eat?” Have you ever been curious about which local butterflies you can find in your own backyard?

Summer trip ideas for two days of family adventure in East Tennessee and the Smokies. Stops include Dixie Stampede, Cades Cove, Ripley's Aquarium, Buckberry Creek, and more!

Summer trip ideas for two days of family adventure in East Tennessee and the Smokies. Stops include Dixie Stampede, Cades Cove, Ripley's Aquarium, Buckberry Creek, and more!

DIY Pergola Retractable roof shade http://www.uk-rattanfurniture.com/product/beyondfashion-smlxl-waterproof-outdoor-wicker-rattan-garden-bench-furniture-protective-cover-patio-tables-chairs-cover-wicker-rattan-xl/

DIY Pergola Retractable roof shade http://www.uk-rattanfurniture.com/product/beyondfashion-smlxl-waterproof-outdoor-wicker-rattan-garden-bench-furniture-protective-cover-patio-tables-chairs-cover-wicker-rattan-xl/

Non-Verbal Communication by Megan Auman #jewelry #designer #blog www.meganauman.co...

Non-Verbal Communication by Megan Auman #jewelry #designer #blog www.meganauman.co...

Watercolour palette with a collection of pots with the intent of painting and drawing. Crackle glazes and mahogany.

Watercolour palette with a collection of pots with the intent of painting and drawing. Crackle glazes and mahogany.

'May Fire Vessel - Inspired by mark-making and painting, Barry takes a relaxed, direct approach to vessels. He aims to create a sense of drama that is fresh and exciting, exploring vibrant colour compositions and exploiting the gestural qualities of fluid brush marks and soft clay. His ceramics are made with red earthenware clay and are usually wheel thrown and altered, or constructed from soft slabs and then painted with coloured slips, stains, oxides and glaze. - www.kelliemillerarts.com

'May Fire Vessel - Inspired by mark-making and painting, Barry takes a relaxed, direct approach to vessels. He aims to create a sense of drama that is fresh and exciting, exploring vibrant colour compositions and exploiting the gestural qualities of fluid brush marks and soft clay. His ceramics are made with red earthenware clay and are usually wheel thrown and altered, or constructed from soft slabs and then painted with coloured slips, stains, oxides and glaze. - www.kelliemillerarts.com