The tour presents a stunning selection of local artisan work at each garden.
If you would like to commission one of the artists from the 2019 tour contact them directly.
Kokedama is an old Japanese art form where the pot is created out of moss and dirt. Easy to care for and simply beautiful!
CarpeClay! by Betsy’s Mud Puppy Studio
Carpe Clay is pleased to present hand built ceramics, both fun and functional and decorative for the home, and fun filled whimsy for your garden oasis. Colorful fish, dancing nymphs, seahorses, and mermaids are a joyful addition to outdoor spaces.
Rebecca Collins – Homeowner
Rebecca custom creates custom pet portraits, glass mosaics and mixed media collages. Her subjects range from dogs and butterflies to robots.
RavenWorks Knives LLC
Description: Truly unique stop to be found on the 2019 Garden Tour where you will find a combination of work by one artist exhibiting beautifully handcrafted custom made knives and art prints of landscapes and seascapes, both framed and unframed for your home or office. Not to be missed!
Rebecca Swann Jewelry
Jewelry designs in sterling silver featuring lost wax casting of natural objects such as seed pods or twigs. Many of these one-of-a-kind pieces also include semi-precious stones and tumbled, recycled glass.
Truly Unruhly Jewelry
I make happy jewelry that makes people smile and feel good about themselves!
Fun, functional and colorful wheel thrown pottery and metal yard art.
Shady Grove Trading Post
Handmade Stoneware Pottery
Unique Rustic Wall-Hangings and Hanging Planters
Stem and Style
Kristi Kelley is the owner and designer of Stem and Style, a local floral artistry design company. Kristi specializes in the use of locally sourced succulents and blooms to create one of a kind works of art that feature unique and natural materials that are housed in distinctive containers.
Textur Haus is a jewelry design studio that specializes in unique pieces utilizing semi-precious stones that tell a story.
Robin Funk Heath
Robin Funk Heath
Metal sculpture artist with a passion for molding metal into creative, abstract and functional metal pieces for home and garden. Robin began welding as a hobby in 1997 and has both public and private collections throughout the country. Robin works out of her home studio in northeast Dallas.
Connie Chantillis – homeowner
mineral, mosaics, fused glass and organic art
Beverly Ann Moore
Nature inspired art, amulets, cards, and textiles