Shop the products of our featured artists and colleagues:
I am pleased to offer links to the shops and products of artists and colleagues who are making an impact with good work:
Featured artist Tim Lewthwaite’s book, HORN, is now available on Amazon. The book, a Matthew Harkes Thriller, takes the reader into southern Africa on the trail of ruthless poachers, who are bent on controlling the illegal wildlife trade. Tim is donating 5% of royalties to rhino conservation.
Order your copy of Rachel Macy Stafford’s book on Amazon today. This book is inspired by Rachel’s Hands Free Revolution, featured on her blog, Hands Free Mama. You can also shop the Hands Free online shop for t-shirts, bracelets and a lovely copy of the Hands Free Pledge.
You can find featured artist Glennon Doyle Melton’s memoir on Amazon. Also, be sure to shop the online store at Momastery.com to support the blog and donate to the non-profit organization she founded, Together Rising.
Joan Marie Designs
Joan Rekemeier’s online shop includes not only gorgeous portrait and still-life photography, but also reupholstered furniture, knitting projects and more. Contact her for sitting information if you live in New Jersey.
Though I haven’t had a chance to write about her yet, Christie Cordiano has a gift for finding beauty in ordinary things. Her photography gallery is stunningly eclectic, with something for everyone. She is also a talented portrait and wedding photographer, located in Radford, VA.
Under the Horizon Pottery & Arts Studio
Live near Biglerville, PA? Looking for a place to host a get-together? Under the Horizon Pottery & Arts Studio is a great location for paint-your-own pottery events for all ages.
Brien Szabo – Nature Photography
Brien has contributed two articles here on Cadigan Creative. The photos in the articles don’t even scratch the surface of the breadth of Brien’s stunning nature photography collection. Check out Brien’s site and contact him directly for information on print purchases, workshops and more.
Yonderstar.com started in 2000, offering a small selection of nativity scenes. Over the past thirteen years, they have expanded to include everything from Christmas trees, to toppers, to Advent calendars. A small business based in Arendtsville, PA, the owners of this lovely enterprise happen to be dear friends of mine, and their business practices reflect their lifestyle of gratitude and compassion. Ten percent of all of their profits go towards The Nature Conservancy and Food for the Poor.