Here in Oz, it seems that virtually nothing is made here any longer. Sigh.
an interesting piece of art :) Triggers the imagination. You know Andrea, if I should ever create a book, I would cooperate with you. I´m amazed how you sometimes describe my images. I rarely think about hem but you describe them in a wonderful way. :)
I think you should create a book ... have you looked into a local printer? I would be honored to cooperate with you ... it is easy to find beauty in your work and they are well worth your putting them into print. I bet your beautiful granddaughter would love it :)Andrea
sure, if it only came to images. But you need a story too. :) Will see how the exhibition turns out. Shall be interesting to see people watch them in person :)
...still miss you as follower on my main blog http://disipi.blogspot.de/herzlich Pippa
Another interesting (in a good way) image, Andrea. It is true, there are oh so many things made in e.g. China, but there is reason for it. Most people don't want to or cannot pay the price of e.g. American made. And sometimes it may just be mere inconvenience that we buy something online instead of going to our local stores. I know I am somewhat guilty of this, too.Thanks for linking up at Saturday Art and apologies for being so late!
Ah yes, CW, but if there were more American manufacturing there would be more jobs and then more people could afford the American goods. American's get paid higher wages than the Chinese, but they spend it here and that is what makes the economy work. It's a matter of keeping things in balance and our best economic engine is the Middle class. Andrea
Well a lot of my stuff does say Made in USA -- but then, I am in Canada. ha. But I do get the meaning - I try to buy more local stuff and support our home business as much as possible. Always comes down to that almighty dollar though, doesn't it.