This blog changed from a daily blog to a blog to celebrate the folk art of Kerras Jeffery, as well as his reproduction furniture and other projects. His studio & shop closed in 2017 following his passing.

Monday, May 16, 2016

20th Anniversary Week - Part 7

     Well this is the last posting for my anniversary week - great fun to look back through the years!
     My family gave me a Wayne Wright cartoon to mark the occasion - he cleverly worked in my folk art and my favourite dog Calvin!

     Thanks to Jan Cox who wrote an article about me in her column, Way Up West, for the May 2016 issue of The Buzz.  Here's a link to the article and some additional photos she took that day...

Back yard art

Kerras Jeffery celebrates 20th anniversary of Back Road Folk Art

Way Up West  by Jan Cox

You get a moose every time with this gun—guaranteed. (photo: Jan Cox)
     Kerras Jeffery has been called “wonderfully demented,” “amazing,” “brilliant” and “wacky.” Calling him names (sticks and stones) do not bother the PEI folk artist, he probably could make something out of them. A tour of his workshop and studio reveals the fantastic scope of his no-holes-barred imagination......Source:

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