Don’t miss March Artist Emily Ham

March 26, 2012

You may not know Emily, but if you’ve been to our roastery and café this month, you’ve certainly seen her creations. Sock monkeys have made a huge comeback in popular culture in the last few years and Emily’s are fine handmade specimens.

In Emily’s own words:

“I am a college freshman spending any free moment I get crafting and exploring the world of art. I have always been fascinated with repurposing and up-cycling old or seemingly useless materials. My favorite materials to work with are socks, buttons, ribbons, and a variety of odd paper scraps and stamps. I am inspired by textures and nature, and never cease to be stirred by the variations in creation. From my art sales I am donating 50% of my profits directly to missions work in Myanmar.”

Swing in before the end of the month to see her work in person and perhaps take a monkey home with you!

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