Thursday, July 23, 2009

The Cart Before The Horse


There are amazing artists in Oregon. Two of my favorite are Jo and Dylan of,
The Cart Before The Horse
They are fortunate to live in Lincoln City, my former home.
This is a shot taken by Dylan on his evening walk, or is it hike.
It's no wonder they create wonderful folk art living in a place like this.
How I do miss this place.


Here is the great Logo and website.

http://www.thecartbeforethehorse.com/


How fun is this birdhouse. Jo blogs about the process at http://www.thecartbeforethehorse.blogspot.com/
I love their sense of humor and the way they think out of the box.
The expression in the eyes are fabulous in all the pieces.


Patterns for the painting quilts are on etsy and ebay.


http://shop.ebay.com/merchant/cartbeforethehorse

This husband and wife team have loads of talent and a great sense of humor, and it shows in the creations. Dylan cracks me up with his weekly news letters and makes the music, and music videos using the dolls ...and all the props are created in their studio. Dylan is the king of props. Take a look !http://dylansnewsletters.blogspot.com/




Your amazing Jo and Dylan, thank you for giving us such fun and talent.

5 comments:

Paula said...

Dear Marcie,

That is such beautiful folk art! How wonderful they are a husband and wife team. It sounds like they have a lot of fun.
Lincoln City is very beautiful!

Thanks for sharing all of the links.

Love, Paula

Jo James said...

Awwww, shucks! We're blushing over here :) Thank you so much for your kind words. And for pointing people in our direction. You are very kind.
Hugs to you- Dylan & Jo

Coastal Sisters said...

Marcie...thank you so much for sharing these wonderful artists with us!

Charlene said...

Thanks for sharing these artist & their information. And, I am so glad you liked all of my photos of my trip to California. I have been posting different ones for about 2 weeks now & have many more to go. WE LOVE THE CENTRAL COAST of CALIFORNIA! In fact, I think I have him talked into summering there in the next year or two. We need to escape the heat & hummidity of Texas in the summer. His job is a seasonal one & he has a lot of summer time off. So go back & read some older posts for more photos & check out the coming weeks. Have a great weekend.

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