Saturday, March 29, 2014

Welcome Spring with Colorful Birds and Ribbons


With trees and shrubs in full bloom, birds flitting about and the smell of spring in the air, it's time to bring out the bright, colorful spring decor. As usual we have lots of new items for the new year and the birds perched in cages, trees branches and swings can be found at Vintages. This is a new line for us and we love it!

The Colorful Paper Bird on the Swing is just $14.95
Bird Cages range in size from 10" to 16" • Priced at $24.95 to $58.95
 Build your own nest, or talk to us about some nests that we have in stock.

Unique and Beautiful, this Cheesecloth Flower Pillow 14" across can be yours for $69.95
Colorful Ribbons (Burlap shown) from $3.95 per yard • The Burlap Holder is $43.95
Add another Spring Touch with Festive Votive Candle Holders ($16.95 each)
All these are now in stock, but are not available online. Contact us via email if you are interested. We ship worldwide.

Friday, March 28, 2014

Shirlie Montgomery Exhibit Opens April 14th at History San Jose

 
History San José Presents a Photo Exhibit:
Shirlie Montgomery: Picturing San José Since 1938

San Jose, CA – March 25, 2014 – The life of Shirlie Montgomery was a colorful one. From her love of photography, sports, and journalistic photography, she was in a unique position to capture history.

History San José will present a photography exhibit based upon a collection of her pictures. Shirlie Montgomery: Picturing San José Since 1938, will open to the public Monday, April 14, at the Leonard & David McKay Gallery in the Pasetta House at History Park.


HSJ issued the above release announcing the opening of the exhibit based on the life and works of our friend Shirlie Montgomery. The majority of the exhibit is built around the archive of photos, documents and memorabilia that we donated to HSJ last fall. HSJ has included items from their own collection, much of it from Leonard McKay and Lou’s Village, and items on loan from the Glenn Neece family, who owned the Ringside Bar in San Jose. It is fitting that the exhibit is being held in the Leonard& David McKay Gallery, as Shirlie and Leonard were long-time friends. The exhibit is planned to run from April 14th to August 10th.

According to Ken Middlebrook, Collections Manager for HSJ, the exhibit will be broken into three basic areas: Shirlie’s commercial work, her personal life and her relationship with wrestling. Another room will have interactive activities that deal with photography.

If you enjoy local history or are a wrestling fan, this is a can’t miss exhibit.

Additional information about Shirlie can be found on the blog Shirlie Montgomery - Girl Photographer.
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