Arizona Gourds - Distinctive gourd art by Bonnie Gibson
Gourd Art Supplies, Tools and Education for Gourd Artists
If you enjoy gourd crafts, or just want to see gourd art creations that feature a variety of techniques, including pyroengraving, gourd carving, weaving, and painting, then this site is for you! Please visit the text links on the left hand side of the page to be taken to a variety of image galleries.
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Thanks to Mary Pinick of Derby, KS for sharing these photos of her latest creation. Her work reminds me of the delicate designs that come from India. She had this to say about her elephant.
“I call him "Gourdin". I love to use bright colors. He was constructed from 7 different gourds. With the use of Amazing "Apoxy sculpt" I brought him to life. I also used a little pc glue, my Micro Pro carver for the ears, and last but not least Arizona Gourds glass cabachon eyes. As you can see, he is amazing!! All my gourds are very colorful!!”