What do you call a woodworker/husband and an artist/wife?
His and Herbs!
After buying a fixer-upper of an old farm house circa 1880's we became quite good at crafting and designing. Seriously, the house should have been condemned! It needed a lot of TLC. At that time most of what we needed didn't exist at the big box stores so we had to create them, room by room.
Both animal lovers at heart we made butterfly and bird houses. They fit well as we live in Ottawa county Ohio, one of the biggest migration sights in the United States. Word spread of our unique designs local gift shops and greenhouses started selling our "handiwork." You could find us at local craft shows back then, that was 40 years ago!
Several years ago, I retired to give painting my full-time effort. I teach all aspects of art in my studio as well as local businesses. Steve recently retired and purchased a CNC machine to add to his fine collection of woodworking equipment. Together the possibilities of what we can create are endless!
Today, our we love to make sentimental gifts you can't find or buy at stores. Our motto:
"Life is short, make it special."
Hopefully, the worst of Covid is over. We are getting back to doing shows and seeing people in the studio again.
With life put on hold my studio is full of inventory. I have a lot of paintings, prints and cards for sale.
Check out the "Gallery Paintings" tab to see just a few of the paintings I have available.
II hope to add some of Steve's wood products to the page soon. In the meantime, if there is something you are interested in don't hesitate to contact us.
Looking forward to getting back to normal and seeing all our old and NEW friends again soon.
Donna M. Ebert