Monday, February 7, 2011

Thieves Market... Part II... DLA Western Photos & Art















I love to discover new Artists whose work I adore, want... and can even use to create Boheme' Treasures of my own by coupling some of what they create with some of what I create.  Since I was feelin' very 'Saks 5th Avenue Cowboy Couture' it was only fitting to find an amazing duo of Cowboy Artists at Thieves Market!  *smiles* Liz Alexander and her Partner are the genius behind DLA WESTERN PHOTOS & ART ...creating Western Photos and Art, Rustic & Barnwood Frames, Custom Photo Shoots and Metal Art that is fabulous and affordable.   Liz is not only an Artist, but also a Professional Photographer... both she and her Man are the nicest of people as well as being so creative and capturing the essence of the West in their Art forms.  Check out the fab Western inspired Metal Art Findings I scored for only a dollar apiece... yes, A DOLLAR APIECE... to create my own versions of Bohemian Cowgirl Chic Couture out of *winks*... and if you so feel inspired to get a vision of how the Cowgirl in you can be expressed through your Art, contact Liz and her Man to score some of your own Western WOW. They have larger pieces and custom pieces for creative projects of all kinds... and for those who want the ready-made Cowgirl Couture experience, Liz creates a fab Jewelry line utilizing their Western Metal Art... as well as signs, bottle stoppers, ashtrays, framed Art, Post Cards, T-Shirts and a host of other creative pieces to bring the West alive for you...  Stay tuned for Part III tomorrow of our Cave Creek adventure... Dawn... The Bohemian 

1 comment:

  1. Well their business card totally cracked me up! You know they've got to be a hoot! Vanna

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