Previous Themes

We change our collections often, according to the season. Which brings new and exciting things your way. Browse our past themes below...

Prairie. Native. Grounded. 


Some call it the Prairie. Others the Grasslands. The high Veldt. The low Veldt. The rolling hills of golden shrubs. Fertile, Flat grounds. Warmth reminiscent of Indian Summers. Golden Light. Maize color from summer honey. Taupe to match the spent blooms. Cream from Sheep's wool. Land rich with Story. 


Wildwood. The Storytellers Path. 


Forest. Woods. Meadow. Grove. Wilderness. Gentle rain. Hush. Birds chirp. Star light through a clearing. Full moon illuminates lichen covered rocks. Faeries Dance. Woodland animals. Streams babble and dance through the forest. The Storyteller brings legend and lore to the ancient forest. Her stories cherished by animals, faeries and all that wander into this magical place. If you’re lucky, you may find her in a clearing having tea. Telling tales of old. Sitting reverently on a bed of moss.   


Midnight Floral.


Twinkly Lights. Gatherings. Art Openings. Champagne bubbles. Glasses clink. Laughter. Family. Delightful food. Friends. Boisterous,
Joyful Celebrations. Homes Adorned with Pine boughs. Gifts tucked in secret places. Children giggle. Woodsmoke in the Air. Walks in Nature. Shining stars. A Warm Fire. Love. Peace. Wishes for the New Year.



Fiber Sculptures created from natural materials and found objects. Inspired by late Winter and early Spring. The Colors of the Season. 

The essence of Artist Loft contains messy tables full of things to inspire. Tassels and yarn. String and material strewn across the floor. Baskets full of intriguing pieces found in various places. Ideas flow while in the studio. The Artist standing close to inspect and backing up to see the whole piece. Will it be made with Wire or String? Will it hang on a branch or seem to be suspended in thin air?  The options are endless.

This collection brought us together as artists to collaborate with one another. To share ideas. To create side by side.  It's a commitment to bring a piece of Art into fruition but it is so Worth the Wait.