Thursday, December 20, 2007

Featured Artist ~ Giftbearer

“I come bearing gifts….” Sound familiar? Pippit Carlington certainly has many gifts to share and gives us a wonderful taste of her talents in her shop, Giftbearer.

An artist and designer all her life, Pippit taught herself to play the piano by ear at an early age as she composed songs. She even redesigned the school mascot, constructing a new one out of paper mache and by junior high had turned her artistic creations into an entrepreneurial venture, selling various art items she had made.

Working in several mediums, including acrylics, watercolor, drawing, clay sculpture, and jewelry, Pippit has received formal art training at Callenwolde Center for the Arts, The Atlanta College of Art, and Atlanta Jeweler's School and Studios. Her diverse heritage of of Iroquois Indian, Hawaiian, Russian Jewish, and French Canadian provides a multicultural influence in her work, and she is also strongly influenced by nature, political, and social issues, using her art to educate the public.

Pippit’s Giftbearer shop specializes in high-end indigenous jewelry with a stunning collection of OOAK earrings, rings, necklaces, and bracelets. This gifted Etsy seller is also the developer of the innovative new marketing plan called the “90 Features in 90 Days Challenge” which this blog participates in.

Giftbearer’s door is open ~ be sure you take the time to visit this multi-talented artist’s shop!

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1 comment:

Giftbearer said...

Thanks so much for the great feature!