New York, SUBWAY EMBRACE, Clyde Keller Photo, Fine Art Print, Black and White, Signed, vintage 1976 image, Etsy FP, Treasury


New York City, Summer 1976

16x20 Inch Archival Giclee Print, true archival print, 150+ years
Satin Paper, Pigmented Inks
Image Dimensions @ 12x18 Inches with white border
Signed/Titled and Dated by Clyde Keller
Presented in Archival Sleeve, Unframed
Shipped Flat, Insured with Tracking
PRICE: $280.00


11x14 or 12x18 inch Fuji Crystal Archive photographic print(s)
Lustre Paper, fade resistant for over 20 years
Image dimensions @9x13.5 or 11x16.5 inches with white border
Signed/Titled and dated by Clyde Keller
Presented in archival sleeve, Unframed
Shipped Flat, Insured with Tracking
PRICE: $155.00 and $195.00

NOTE: The printed copyright information appearing on the web display print, is removed for your purchase print.

Smaller sizes available upon request.

Part of a collection of photographs taken during and near the time of the 1976 New York Democratic Convention when I spent several months in NYC. This haunting portrait of young lovers about to embrace (against the stark backdrop of graffiti) was taken on a subway in Manhattan en route to the North Bronx. It is a popular image that still resonates nearly 35 years later.

This archival giclee print offers an exquisite range of tonality and brilliancy faithfully capturing this Romantic NYS Subway subject. Makes a strong impression in this larger 16x20 inch format. Suitable for immediate safe viewing (the print is clear sleeved on foam core board) and ready for framing.

"SUBWAY EMBRACE" Copyright © 1976 Clyde Keller


Hi, I'm a photographer and artist selling my fine art prints at

My work is sold as Fine Art Giclee (inkjet) prints or fade resistant Fuji Crystal Archive (photographic) prints.

Clyde is known internationally for his historic photographs of Robert F. Kennedy. His RFK images are featured in Rory Kennedy's documentary film, "ETHEL" which debuted at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival. The RFK Center for Justice and Human Rights has recently acquired key images from Clyde's RFK portfolios for their collection. Historic photos of author Ken Kesey, William Burroughs and actor Bill Murray are featured in Mark Christensen's book Acid Christ. Clyde's portrait of actor/director Warren Beatty is the cover photo for Peter Biskind's, Star. Several vintage documentary images appear in a new NFL films project, entitled, "Fearsome Foursome" as well as Dan Forrer's upcoming HBO documentary film centering on the birth of Hip Hop music. The Seattle Museum of History and Science now features his vintage Seattle skyline panoramas. His regional portraits of surviving pioneer families (and characters) appear in several new books, periodicals and webzines, including Ken Bilderback's, Creek with No Name, a new soft cover about the history of Cherry Grove, Oregon.

Clyde is the grandson of Clyde Leon Keller, (1872-1962) an important Oregon-based Plein-Air Impressionist Painter. His portfolios can be viewed at


February 4, 2014-- Featured in the new treasury entitled, "Big City Life."

Curated by Ana Cravidao from acbeadsjewellery--


My name is Ana Cravidao, I live in Setubal, Portugal and I'm a self-taught beader with a passion for beautiful things.

The jewellery I make is elegant and feminine and it appeals to the inner princess in all of us.

In my creations, I use only the best quality materials I can get. I work with Swarovski crystals, Czech fire-polished beads and seed beads made in Japan and Czech Republic.

January 12, 2015-- Featured in the rich Valentine Treasury entitled, "true hearts"

Curated by Debra L. Boudreau from BoudreauCollection


So… imagine my surprise when, after a lifelong search, I found and married the love of my life at the ripe old age of 60 — only to discover “The Basement!” Shortly after the wedding he mentioned that, carefully packed and stored beneath his hundred-year-old Craftsman house, was a treasure trove. He and his late wife had spent years traveling, searching and collecting in pursuit of their shared dream of opening an antique store. They never got around to opening that store but, judging by that basement, they certainly could have!

As a museum executive, a history buff — and, yes, a fellow collector — I set about the task of opening those basement doors, freeing those wonderful treasures from storage and sending them back out into the world.

That is what you’ll find in the Boudreau Collection (along with some antiques of my own) as I endeavor to combine the households of two lifelong collectors. The task has proven to be both daunting and a great deal of fun. Please take a look!

November 5, 2014-- Featured in the treasury entitled, "THE DARK."

Curated by Virginia, from TheGreenerPastures


It all makes sense now--

I started painting about ten years ago on a piece of wood board i found lying around the house. I had just moved in a new apartment and i was experimenting, decoration wise.

I had never dreamed that ten years later my house would be filled with painted wood boards and that i would be selling my artwork on Etsy.
I am always amazed with the way things that seem unimportant in the beginning, end up playing such an important role in ones life.

Painting for me now is the time when i am most happy. I close my little studio door, put some music on and time travel into my whimsical animal world. All of my work reflects the state of mind i am when i make it and i feel very connected with each illustration.

Artistically my work is highly influenced by the Victorian era, Art Nouveau, circus art, old Japanese illustrations and the Lowbrow movement.

I paint on large wood boards with acrylics and i rarely make any sketches before. I only have a vague idea of what i want to do and sometimes i leave the pencil lines and corrections visible as a reminder of the 'journey' each painting had.

When the painting is finished it is scanned in high resolution and printed by a professional Konika printer in 1200 dpi on a 320 gr Rives Light paper, that after a lot of research and experimentation I found is the perfect paper for my quality prints.

October 31, 2014-- Featured in the treasury entitled, "Grayscale"

Curated by jcstrong from jcstrong


Hello! You'll find original impressionistic waterscape, seascape, and landscape paintings in my shop in acrylic, watercolor and ink.

My focus is nature captured in an impressionistic style. My philosophy is make a connection with art. It will enrich your life and spirit. Plus, your walls will love it. Have fun searching for your special art treasure on Etsy.

July 4, 2014-- Featured in the treasury entitled, '' Girl eating toast ! What's in your mind?" Your Baby, dancing, journey.....?"

Curated by Neşe Şen from BlueSideDesign - One Of A Kind Eco-Friendly Artisan Jewelry -

June 22, 2014-- Placed into the treasury entitled, HOT DATE

Curated by Pam Robinson from cooljewelrydesign


"Am very pleased to bring you jewelry that ranges from bohemian chic and urban ... to classic, romantic and minimalist ... and much more. Boutique jewelry. You will see prices ranging from low to high ... and for good reason, so please ask about something if it seems puzzling to you. My motto is every gal deserves to feel special! ((And to that end I opened which is a much lower price point.))"

November 30, 2013-- Featured in the treasury, "you, I, us"

Curated by Eugenia from gabriel87 FROM Iași, Romania


If you are looking for accessories with a lot of personality , than you've come to the right place! The only requirement is a good attitude.

November 20, 2013-- Featured in the treasury entitled, "New York, 1976"

Curated by Irene e Flavia from Mandragola


We are Irene and Flavia, we live in Tuscany and we love to make accessories. We love to make magic things. La Mandragola was founded by two sisters , Irene and Flavia, the first creates the jewelry, pins, hats and other accessories, the second illustrations.

The name (La Mandragola - in english The Mandrake ) is a reference to what inspires us: magic, night, witches, moon, everything that is mysterious, ancestral, charming and feminine.

November 19, 2013-- Featured in the treasury, "Black and White"

Curated by DemyBlackDesign from DemyBlackDesign


Hand painted silk scarfs and pareos. Nunofelted handmade OOAK scarves. Add colors into your life!

Handmade jewelry for everyday and special moments

September 14, 2013-- Featured in the treasury entitled, It Only Matters that You Loved!

Curated by Kate Lassila of Rootiebirds:

If you're looking for Earthy, Hippie Chic, Gypsy and Boho Jewelry, or just plain ole Gemstone Goodness, you've come to the right spot!. The best of nature...from your heartstrings, through my fingertips...just for you. Oddly glorious creations that sing the simple song of my soul.

If you are reading this next sentence, it's because you were interested in understanding my thoughts, and most likely you will be looking at the about section of me personally and my shop. So to show my gratitude for taking the time to find out I've created the coupon SAVE10. Use this coupon code at the checkout to save 10% on your RootieBird's my humble way of saying thanks!

You are a Child of the less than the trees or the stars!

July 31, 2013-- Featured in the popular treasury, "Summer in the City" --

Curated by Louise from LouiseLeder:


Designer, artisan and statement jewelry in sterling silver, gold and mixed metals. One-of-a-kind and limited edition. Precious and semi-precious gemstones and pearls. Ask about having something custom designed just for you or your loved one.

July 30, 2013-- Featured in the treasury entitled, "concrete jungle."

Curated by keka from kekajewelry:


dainty, feminine, and often tiny.
handcrafted in precious metals with rich color and a touch of sparkle.
inspired by indian, middle eastern, japanese, victorian, and art deco design influences_

July 8, 2013-- Featured in Nala's fabulous treasury., "Bridge of Sighs"

Do visit NaLa's handmade jewelry shop:


Vintage style floral and industrial chic jewelry is what the jewelry by NaLa collection is made of. Aside from my handmade collection, I invite you to visit my vintage jewelry section, featuring retro styles from the glamorous 40's through the mod 70's. Enjoy browsing and remember, new items are being added all the time ...

June 18, 2013-- Featured in the treasury entitled, "Sweet Surrounding"

Curated by Eden Some from Manjuzaka--


Vintage black ink is national heritage and legacy, traditionally from China, Japan and Korea (Chinese: 墨; Japanese: 墨; Korean: 먹). It was widely using for ink wash painting and calligraphy. Since long time ago, people make ink from the ink stick, it has to be continuously ground against an inkstone with a small quantity of water to produce a dark liquid which is then applied with an ink brush.

Nowadays I was trying to conceptualize my ideology into the ink painting, it could be involved lots of subject, it's traditional black ink but I fused with a innovative way, I tried to make it like " Wow what's that?" and I really like the background story, the theme, the meaning, the philosophy and the idea behind every painting. It makes me fell into contemplation.

April 17, 2013-- Featured in the treasury, "We are detectives"

Curated by Shoshi from ShoshiStudio:


Welcome to my store! I hope you enjoy my handmade unique designs as much as I enjoyed creating them. Remember to "like" Shoshi's Studio on Facebook
for new product updates, behind-the-scenes photos, and exclusive coupon codes!
You can find me on Pinterest too:
Thank you!

April 14, 2013-- Featured in the treasury, Neutral Treasures:

Curated by Susan Helene from SusanHeleneDesigns:


Hi and Welcome to my shop of Wearable Art...Colorful earthy urban chic bohemian jewelry made from Murano glass lampwork and semi-precious gemstones. Check out my soothing Yoga inspired designs.

January 25, 2013-- Featured in Elizabeth Graf's new treasury, Lines and Textural Excitement!

Curated by Elizabeth Graf from ElizabethGraf fine art--


ABOUT ME: I have a HUGE body of work which not only includes paintings, but drawings and photographs. I plan in the future to present prints for sale besides my paintings. I have shown in galleries and art shows but I think I have found my perfect "niche" in Etsy -- selling online allows me the maximum amount of time to tend to my artwork and artist's psyche!

"MY PAINTINGS TELL STORIES" - My GREATEST inspiration in my childhood were the illustrations by John R. Neill for The Wizard of Oz series of books. The black and white drawings danced, flowed, moved out of the page -- so powerful! Other inspirations include "everything tropical", marine life, Chinese/Asian, flowers/plants (scenes from my property) and the look of French Provence linens and their colors -- well, let's just say: EVERYTHING!

January 18, 2013-- Feature din the treasury entitled, "New York Hearts You"

Curated by MaryJoLarson:


I'm just a focus gypsy! Explore my shop for handmade, one of a kind, creations, including hand knits, handmade clutch bags, accessories and handmade jewelry, as well as greeting cards that are definitely not your mother's greeting cards:)

January 1, 2012-- Featured in the new treasury, New Year's Thanks to my Etsy Friends by my friend, Nancy McNally--

Curated by Nancy McNally whose localcolorist shop on Etsy offers her fabulous Peace Cranes--


Paper Portraits

Once upon a time I started selling all kinds of art work on Etsy, in many mediums. The origami birds won their focused position by popular acclaim and attention. localcolorist [!at]

I raised 2 children in San Francisco where I was born, many years ago. My children are talented artists with day jobs too and we all possess psychological gymnastic feats of imaginative survival skills in a dot com world

December 31, 2012-- featured in this treasury: - Resolution - 2014

Curated by Michelle from PluffMudDesigns.


Jewelry is the perfect gift for the holidays. The selection at Pluff Mud Designs has something for everyone... the future bride, the birthday girl, the little princess in your life or "just because"!

Simple, elegant, affordable, one of a kind jewelry...that's what you will find at Pluff Mud Designs.

Our philosophy is that jewelry is the finishing touch - the icing on the cake! Simple and elegant, quiet and understated. You should wear the jewelry - the jewelry should not wear you!

We believe beautiful handmade jewelry can and should be affordable.

Our pieces are made with only the finest quality materials including cubic zirconia, Swarovski crystals & pearls, freshwater pearls, semi-precious stones, and Czech fire-polished glass beads. We use only sterling silver and gold filled findings and beads unless noted.

December 20, 2012-- Featured in the new treasury entitled,
"the end is nigh - maybe the last pool party"

Curated by Donna from StoneSavvyJewelry-- do visit her store at to see her succulent stones. one-of-a-kind designs.

November 3, 2012-- Featured in the treasury entitled, NYC UNDERGROUND FLAVOR

Curated by Robert Zangrillo from TangosCorner;

A Passion for Sculpture and Illustration

I was on staff for Disney for several years before going out on my own and freelancing for Warner Bros, Nickelodeon, King Features & Disney among others. I now also teach art & work with people with special needs .I got involved with sculpting as a means of relaxation. The result is a colorful, fun one of a kind piece of art that will brighten up any part of your home.

Featured in the enticing treasury, "Writing on the Wall."

Curated by Nadja Sand from DreamSand--


Welcome to my shop! I offer unique and one of a kind handmade jewelry and dreamcatchers! My shop also features some of my mothers cool artwork!

September 16, 2012-- Featured in the treasury entitled, Days of Future Past:

Curated by Marion from PaxDesign1:


…sparkling crystals, tiny seed beads and translucent pearls strung on delicate fiber as she worked on a simple, wooden bead loom.
Beadwork is part of my history.I recall watching a dear family friend sort stunning beads that would soon embellish ball gowns. I treasured her cast-off beads and stored them in glass vials with cork stoppers. Using wire and ribbon, I created tiny rose bouquets and jewelry. I discovered bead embroidery, and it became my passion. Exploring my mother’s costume jewelry collection of classic pieces taught me about colors and texture. From my earliest days, beadwork fascinated me because it was art in miniature.

Yet for many years, beadwork took a backseat as I pursued my teaching career and raised my family. Ten years ago, I rediscovered my desire to bead. I had an image of a beautiful bracelet in my mind. I tried to find something that came close in stores but was unsuccessful. After sketching the image, I worked until it became a reality. I was surprised that my first piece drew lots of compliments. Soon family, friends and co-workers were requesting similar bracelets for themselves. I listened to what they wanted and needed: perfect fit and original design. Within a year I had a binder full of designs and a list of requests. Pax Design became an entity three years later.

Although many years have past since I watched skilled hands bead from the heart, I continue in that tradition putting my heart and soul in each unique piece. Whether it is that special bracelet for mother’s day, a bridal anklet or a reworking of a vintage piece for new generations to cherish, I am grateful for the opportunity to make the world more beautiful. In keeping with this idea, Pax Design donates a portion of special sales to several charities including Multiple Sclerosis, UNICEF, The Children’s Aid Society, and the American Heart Association.

September 12, 2012-- Featured in the new treasury, "New York."

Curated by Jackie Lee from JLeeJewels--


I just have so much fun here on Etsy. I'm always up to something in my craft room. I even wake up in the middle of the night inspired with a burst energy and go on for hours with my little shop! If my story can in any way be a source of inspiration or motivation I will already feel accomplished; all of us who create, do so in order to inspire and motivate.

September 10, 2012-- Featured in the I LOVE NEW YORK, treasury:

Curated by Nina Link from mimiandlu:


I love toy design. I had invented many toys in my head long before I ever thought to make them in real life. My children have given me that opportunity: luckily, they appreciate things that are hand made and old fashioned and I make things for mimi&lu with them in mind. Kids like what is simple, they want to be useful, they are fascinated by history and by the natural world, but their interests are varied and ever-evolving, and that makes their world exciting and always new. I would love to capture that spirit in what I do.

Though I have never thought of myself as any kind of artist, I love to make things -- whether knit, crocheted, sewn, drawn, or edible -- and it is a good day when I have the time and opportunity to try out (and even complete!) a project that has been rattling around in my head. I come from a family of artists and artisans: my grandparents and great-grandparents include painters, cabinetmakers, dress designers, seamstresses, brick masons, and tile setters, and I am so proud to have inherited any tiny part of their collective ability.

Everything I make (whether for the shop or just for us at home) is a matter of trial and error. I do not like to follow a pattern, but to make it all up as I go along. For this reason, the seam ripper is my very good friend and I have lots of abandoned project failures, but I think the successful results of experimenting are expressive, beautiful, and (in the best possible sense) childlike. I keep my own children in mind with everything I do, so I would never make something for your kids that I wouldn't give to mine.

August 22, 2012-- Feautured in a new treasury entitled, "Paint Iconic New York" --

Curated by Martha from CircleofLifeVA:


I started Circle of LifeVA in honor of my sister who lost her life to ovarian cancer. I formed a team named Circle of Life, and we walked in the Revlon Run/Walk in NYC to raise funds for women's cancers. The idea of honoring my sister and that team led me to form my jewelry business. A portion of the proceeds from each sale are donated to charities that support the health and security of women and their families.

I am very eclectic. Some days I love to work on a piece that is earthy and organic and another day I just can't deny myself a little sparkle and shine.

August 20, 2012-- Featured in the adorable treasury entitled, "Bookworm goes on a DATE ... of all things" --

Curated by Pam Robinson from cooljewelrydesign:


Eclectic by design, I love to work with color and texture and enjoy pairing the most unusual suspects together, often in an asymmetrical style. I refer to my personal style as eclectic edgy “random chaos” and I craft OOAK (one of a kind) jewelry very similar to how I cook—the recipe is often tweaked to the point of no recipe being followed—therefore, a very intuitive process. Most of my pieces are wearable boutique art that will never be copied.

I design for the unconventional free spirit--you know who you are ... likely upbeat and independent ... a person who owns their look, no apologies required.

It's important to me for you to know this: I search high and low for components that meet my high standards. For one thing, I am a real fan of our Etsy glass artists and you will see me often incorporate lampwork--so look for a footnote of explanation on that, as it reflects the quality of components and, ultimately, the pricing. Same goes for Venetian Murano glass from the island of Murano, a 5 minute boat ride from Venice.

I’m a Jersey transplant and somewhat eccentric pet lover living in the metro Atlanta area.

August 11, 2012-- Featured in the treasury entitled, "old skool" --

Curated by artlab from Brooklyn, N.Y.C.:


artlab is an independent design studio based out of NYC. All of the designing, cutting, sewing, hand dying and screen printing is done here in the Brooklyn studio. You will have the "artist's hand" in any one of artlab's pieces.

July 19, 2012-- Featured in the treasury entitled, Alternative Energy I

Curated by Jo Ann from jcstrong:

Artist Statement:

Hello! Thanks for stopping by and learning a little more about me. I'm a Southern California artist blessed to be living near the beach.

You'll see a variety of seascapes and landscapes in my art work, I'm inspired by my natural surroundings and it's fun to try and capture a moment....

Since I grow up in Los Angeles and was influenced by many cultures, you'll also see those influences in my paintings.

July 19, 2012-- Featured in the absorbing treasury entitled, BLACK ROMANCE--

Curated by Stella Melgrati from theYarnKitchen:

Artisan Statement:

Welcome to the Yarn Kitchen, I absolutely love natural fibers, yarns and fabrics.

40 years mum, I come back to DIY projects after a number of years totally absorbed by my day work and family. A felt class open the door .... and I'm here to share with you my passion.

You will find here "only with my hand" made stuff. I like crocheting, knitting and felting. I like to sew bags, natural and eco fabrics, bright colours with a hint of ethnicity and sure I like cooking, maybe one day or another I'll start to sell sweet treats ;-).

My home studio is becoming more and more like a magpie's nest. I just can't resist buying beautiful yarn coming from autoctonal breeds, or fabrics from everywhere (I'm on the way to 0 km but sometimes....I just can't resist!) in the world. I make felted placemats, bowls and vases and a number of bags that I can't keep all for myself so I want to try on Etsy.

July 7, 2012-- Featured in the trasury entitled, Love Love Love:

Curated by: Sara Stubblefield from sstubblefield --

Artisan Statement:

Hello All! I am just a person who loves art and creating things. I Graduated from UIC with a bachelors in photography. My passion is black & white and shooting negatives with a view camera. I also love to travel and shoot some (digital)beauties along the way!

June 11, 2012-- Featured by Leslie Hagen in her "Favorites" treasury:

Do visit Leslie's great store where you'll find an amazing collection of her sculptures and her handmade ceramic wall masks.


Aloha! My favorite thing is creating sculptures and ceramic wall masks. Especially if they cause a giggle. Whimsical, goofy, humorous, thought provoking, political satire on occasion and sometimes just bizarre, would be appropriate words to describe my work. In between sculptures and masks I hop on the wheel and get lost in a spinning world making yarn bowls, face mugs, vases, kitchen crocks, kitchen bowls, rice bowls, luminaries, sponge holders and functional art.
All the pieces in my shop have been hand sculpted, wheel thrown or a combination of both by me. All one of a kind.
They are bisque fired and then glazed fired to cone 6. All the functional pieces are food safe. They can also go in the oven, microwave or dishwasher with care.
If you're ever on Kauai, stop by my studio/gallery for a visit. . Beside ceramics and sculptures, my husbands hand carved duck decoys and birds are displayed.

May 18, 2012-- Featuring in the fabulous "Looking..." treasury:

Curated by Cristina Ripper whose original art can be viewed in her SimpleArtStudio2 shop:

Artist Statement:

I am very interested on develop abstract ink works on different kind of paper. You can find different kinds of expressions, fillings and movements in my simple draws. I really hope that you enjoy my work which is made with passion, love and energy.
You are invited to see my other shop, where I explore the
nature, human figure, and to catch the moments when you look and see that everything has beauty and is alive.

April 30, 2012--- Featured in the treasury entitled, To Do List...
Front Page Feature, May 2, 2012

Curated by Kathy from Kiwi Tini Creations:


Kiwi Tini wants to make it easy for you to add a personal touch to the things you do. Sometimes it's the little extra effort that leaves a lasting impression. I have items for large parties, weddings or intimate gatherings. Throw a party where Kiwi Tini's party picks add a splash of color and a sense of style. I also make personal cards, favor boxes and gift tags which add a special touch to gift giving.

A little about me: I am happily married and a mother of two enthusiastic boys. My favorite things are flowers in my garden or anyone's garden, going to the beach with my family, hiking in the mountains, and sunshine...

My creations are meant to inspire and brighten a little bit of space in your life. Keep Kiwi Tini in mind when you want to throw a party or host a wedding, when you want give a personalized gift to someone special.

March 27, 2012-- Featured in the clever treasury entitled: Angel Sori Swallowed A Fly.

Curated by Ludmilla from BuffaloGirls-- do visit her fabulous shop:

Artist Statement:

I am a web designer and a filmmaker. I tweak pixels into a new narrative, hip construct, cool images and contagious humor. Hence my art, collages, funky greeting cards, prints, photography, oh yes and my web and graphic design. See my web portfolio at

February 24, 2012-- Featured in a great collection about NYC entitled, The City That Never Sleeps... Pt 2:

Curated by member Jess from Jess Casey:

"I have a newfound love for vintage, antique and handmade items. And I love making treasuries and finding cute things to buy - and not supporting mass produced consumerism!"

February 24, 2012-- Featured in the fascinating treasury entitled, Ode to Andy - 25 years without Warhol:

Curated by Ilene from Hearts and Candy:

Artisan Statement:

Thank you so much for taking the time to visit my Etsy shop, Hearts and Candy! Here you will find quality sterling silver, goldfill, 14K gold, and Swarovski charms, pendants, necklaces, earrings, bracelets, anklets and rings. Please contact me if you have a special event coming up and need party favors in bulk such as a Bar Mitzvah, Bat Mitzvah, wedding, bridal shower, baby shower, baby naming or ANY other special occasion. Convo me to see what we can brainstorm together and what I'm capable of.

February 9, 2012-- Included in the lovely treasury entitled, "love in black and white"

Curated by Jen from SewnNatural:

Artisan Statement:

Home of the original organic nap mat, a non toxic alternative for daycare and preschool - with over 35 choices for you, many are READY TO SHIP

We believe it's possible to create something beautiful while making the world a little better at the same time.

We're Jane and Jen, a mother-daughter team (actually, we're both mothers now). Welcome to Sewnnatural.

Our collection helps families pair sustainable eco design with mod, vintage-inspired styling. everything is made with our own hands, 100% sweatshop free in the spirit of handmade.

Between us we have over 7 decades of experience in textile and clothes design, quilting, sewing and embroidery and applied arts.

February 7, 2012-- Featured in the stunning treasuy entitled, "Take A Picture."

Curated by Allison from The Sketchy Life--

Artist Statement:

Take a peek into my take on the world. My art is heavily influenced by the interesting events that have transformed my self into myself.

February 3, 2012-- Featured in the cleverly themed treasuy entitled-- I Choo-Choose You! Happy Valentine's Day --

Curated by Michelle Martin. Visit her shop for a variety of Random Voyeur Vintage items--


My name is Michelle and I am a student at university in Edmonton, Alberta. All proceeds from this etsy shop go towards my books and tuition. I love almost everything old tymey and sepia toned. My etsy shop is a great outlet for my thrifting/collecting ways. What drives my junk hunting inspiration is knowledge from my mom, the scent of my grandma, and my own imagination.

January 29, 2012-- Featured in the enticing "All about love" treasury:

Curated by Una from UnaPhoto:

Here you will find an exquisite variety of the most beautiful macro photography-- simply splendid--

Artist Statement:

I lay my dreams beneath your feet;
Tread softly because you tread on my dreams.

/William Butler Yeats/

English is not my native language - in fact I'm still learning it. I hope there is no misunderstandings caused by that :)

January 29, 2012-- Featured in the "Hugs and Kisses" treasury:

Curated by Frances Clements from Inky Art;


I am a wife and mother of two who likes to try new things. I am currently fascinated by the things that can take shape in my mind when I look at an ink blot. I believe that God can take the chaos of our lives and make order. In my own microscopic way, I imitate him by taking the chaos of a blot and turning it into something recognizable.

My shop is simply named after me for two reasons: 1. I am interested in all sorts of things. I might one day add macro photography or stuffed animals or art dolls or beaded jewelry. 2. I tend to like complicated names that others find hard to remember. If you would like to go to my shop, here is a link.

January 20, 2012-- Featured in the, "a little seventies romance" treasury:

Curated by Jen of sewnnatural:

Artisan statement:

We're Jane and Jen, a mother-daughter team (actually, we're both mothers now). Welcome to Sewnnatural.

Our collection helps families pair sustainable eco design with mod, vintage-inspired styling. everything is made with our own hands, 100% sweatshop free in the spirit of handmade.

Between us we have over 7 decades of experience in textile and clothes design, quilting, sewing and embroidery and applied arts.

January 10, 2012-- Featered in the enticing, I <3 New York, treasury:

Curated by Melissa from Four Letter Fashion:

Artisan Statement:

My name is Melissa - I love animals, nature, photography, fashion, designing, and making people happy- etsy is the perfect place for me to combine all my loves and talents in one amazing spot. There isn't one second goes by that my busy brain is dreaming up something new and better to do. I keep a notebook with me at all times and if I can't find one anything is subject to get scribbled on!

I'm a New Yorker semi-recently turned Florida girl. I like experiencing new things (if you can pull me away from what ever I'm working on at the moment) to gain inspiration.

I have been selling on etsy since 2008 and see no end in sight.......................

January 4, 2012-- Featured in the "Then a kiss" treasury:

Curated by Rayana White:

Artisan Statement:

Greetings from the Rain Forest of SE Alaska. Being born and raised in Ketchikan, Alaska, where we average more than 14 feet of rain per year, you want to do everything to stay warm and dry. When it comes to one’s feet that can be an endeavor. Alaska has a state shoe called Xtratufs, they are brown and crème colored rubber boots that you can see in most of my photos. We in Ketchikan, call them Ketchikan Sneakers. They come in different heights, but the color is the same. I wanted to jazz up my Xtratufs and keep my feet warm and dry. These were the inspiration for my creation of SLUGS, my fun boot liners. I first sold them in Ketchikan at our local Blueberry Art’s Festival I made 30 pairs not knowing if they would sell and sold out halfway through the day. At our next local festival I made 80 pairs and sold out. One year later, I made 115 pairs of Slugs for the Blueberry Festival and sold out. Winter arts 2010, I sold 135 pairs. I have also sold these under ThoseAlaskanGirls for a year and half on Etsy and sold 900 pairs or so.

I enjoy being creative Ketchikan and Etsy has been a great outlet for me.

December 27, 2011-- Quite a synergy of superb items in Gail of Rocky Springs Vintage in her treasury entitled, "It's a Couple Thing" -

Visit Gail's great store at:


The barn sits on an old dairy farm with rolling hills, wild turkeys and fog most mornings. The big storage area is north of the Big Easy, New Orleans and bulges with wonderful farm tools, 1950's Ford tractors, cypress wood, silver, leather, antiques and one of a kind collectibles. As much as I hate to admit it I must say goodbye to many of our old vintage items. Some are antiques. Most are treasures of a lifetime that I don't mind sharing with you.

The vintage shop, Rocky Springs, was named after a favorite place on the Natchez Trace. The Trace is a historical path that extends roughly 440 miles (710 km) from Natchez, Mississippi to Nashville, Tennessee, linking the Cumberland, Tennessee and Mississippi rivers.

November 20, 2011-- Featured in the imaginative treasury entitled, Feminine Black Gift Ideas For Her -

Curated by dollytale:

October 2, 2011-- Featured in the, All wrapped up in.... you! - treasury:

Curated by L & A of the fabulous L2Country shop:


I have always loved antiques and vintage items.

Since I was a child, I spent many hours at flea markets and Antique stores with my Mom, looking at wonderful things with histories, patina, and even secret stories to tell.
So, I guess my Mom's enthusiasm for “old” things is what inspired me to love them as well.

My father recently passed away and that's when my Mom and I decided to organize all our wonderful antiques and collectibles and see what needed to be stored away. (My parents always collected such lovely things).

Anyhow, my Mom & I decided that we would combine our collections and open up...

September 13, 2011-- Featured in the New York in Black and White Treasury:

Curated by Montee Wellman of Halle's House:


Halle's House is home to vintage, repurposed and new creations for your home.

I grew up in The South and love anything vintage. I have always loved things from the past, the beauty of God's world and creating pretty things.

I spent my early years on my grandfather's Tennessee farm. I loved the old stone house he and my grandmother shared. It was full of old books and antiques. We spent the days horseback riding and working the farm.
My grandmother and I would always sit on the porch or look out of the picture window of the old stone house and bird watch. She taught me about the love of Jesus, the love for nature, horses and music. I named my Etsy after her mother. In fact, the family in the picture above is of my great-grandparents and their three children, my grandmother being the oldest. Whenever I create, I think of my sweet grandmother.

My later years were spent in South Carolina. My family there taught me about boiled peanuts, Cathead biscuits and Catfish Stew. I learned to love the Carolina coast, the beauty of Charleston, the sound of the ocean and warm feeling on my skin after a day on Surfside Beach.

All these things have influenced me in how I think, how I view the things around me and how I create.

September 11, 2011-- Included in the REMEMBER Treasury:

Curated by Crumbles Cookie Factory:


Remember Grandmas baked goods of yesteryear? We take the same time and pride in our recipes, producing Artisan hand decorated Cookies,Confections and Cakes Created Especially for you using only the Finest Ingredients!

September 11, 2011-- Included in the "An Ode To NYC" Treasury

Curated bu Lee of Lee's Old Scrapbook photography:


"I love the look of old photos, so loved and cherished for many years. Although the colors may have faded and moisture and dust may have accelerated their decay, those old photos in the scrapbook or the attic represent memories. I try to recreate that look. I also have a thing for old pinups..." Leedlelee

September 9, 2011-- Included in the excellent NEW YORK STATE OF MIND... Treasury:

Curated by James Sawyer of thehouseofoliver:


Its never too late to be what you could have been. In spite of the fact that times are economically difficult life gets brighter with each passing moment.

The House of Oliver, although in its infant stages represents everything that I love ...

From our home to your home.

September 8, 2011-- Featured in the I HEART NY Treasury:

Curated by Nacy Hollinghurst of Pratorhurst Studios, Brooklyn, NYC:


As a deeply rooted southern girl, I first moved to New York City in 1998 to pursue a BFA at the School of Visual Arts. Upon completion, I returned south and began a career as a portrait artist and muralist. During this time, I was honored to be granted patronage for a “Grand Tour” of Europe to study and visit works of art I’d only seen in books. This once in a lifetime experience left me craving a more academic technique and I returned to New York once more to pursue an MFA in painting at the prestigious New York Academy of Art.
In the years since completing my degree, I have been working as an assistant for an internationally famous artist, as well as tirelessly striving for perfection in my own technique.
I started painting jewelry out of curiosity whether or not I could even paint that small! I was so excited with the result, and having so much fun with the challenges that it provided, that I became quickly.

August 23, 2011-- Featured in a super treasury entitled, "literal interpretation - the sound of silence."

Curated by Devin of


I've been crafty since I was old enough to get my fat little hands on a pair of safety scissors. I make/sell things that I would want to wear, which tend to be smaller and simpler. I take pride in knowing that each piece is carefully crafted and obsessed over until I'm confident it's worthy of being worn. I create because I love it - but, of course, it's always nice when someone else loves it, too.

August 14, 2011-- Featured in a super treasury entitled, "I can't wait to go back to New York."

Curated by Jenny whose delightful THE COZIE PROJECT can be viewed at:


I love being creative! My mom taught me to crochet in my early teens and now I carry a zippy bag of yarn and a hook almost every where I go.

These reusable cozies are environmentally friendly. They can be stashed in a pocket or purse and reused every day . They are sturdy, and keep your hot drink toasty while protecting your fingers from heat. They also work well on cold drinks absorbing condensation and preventing that ring of water from lingering wherever you set your cup.

August 10, 2011-- Lead photo for the imaginative treasury entitled, NEW YORK MINUTE

Curated by Sherri Tobin of TheTulipGarden:


I have been creating since I was about 7 years old and have enjoyed many different crafts over the years: sewing, knitting, ceramics, candy making, cake decorating, scrabooks and papercrafts.

I also enjoy supporting other artists with their businesses and like watching all of us be successful.

I add items almost everyday and I am sure you will find something you like. If you do not see what you're looking for; please convo me at I will create a papercraft especially for you.

All of my handcrafted cards are handstamped and punched. I also use premade embelishments. Each card is an A2 size and includes a white envelope unless another size and/or envelop color is stated.

August 8, 2011 Featured in the unusual treasury entitled, "My pug's new fighting stance is unstoppable!"

Curated by Gewgaws and Gimcracks:


Original, artisan fine jewelry; responsibly sourced natural materials. I use the highest quality freshwater pearls, undyed gemstones, conflict-free rough diamonds, and precious metals in my designs. My women's earrings and necklaces are original, versatile pieces that balance delicate and rustic elements. Men's bracelets are made with recycled glass, stone, and metals: ornamentation meets minimalism.

My personal style is deeply design-conscious, and I favor minimalist elegance, natural forms, and high-quality materials. Because most of my waking time is spent in a professional setting these days, I like to create versatile pieces that are equally appropriate at the office or the opera, with suits or with jeans.

August 6, 2011 Featured in the charming TO NEW YORK CITY Treasury:

Curated by Angela Prosper of Shutter Wax whose shop on Etsy can be viewed at:


I have been living and working in Seattle for 5 years now. I am your typical social anxiety ridden life of the party with few friends and many acquaintances. I am terrible with names, but I never forget a face. I dream in color. I eat breakfast for dinner. I have the same birthday as Charlie Chaplin, (if that says anything). An East coast soul with a West coast address. My work has me behind a desk all day but my hobbies have me on the move and creating. What more do you need to know?

My Love:
I have been taking pictures with my old Canon A-1 since I was 14 but no formal training to speak of. I have learned almost all of what I do from years of making all the right mistakes! An "outsider" artist in a way. All my pictures are either developed and printed by me or by a local film processing shop (Panda).

I recently got into encaustics and have been in love with it since the first drop of beeswax. It is the perfect medium for a girl like me. I get the textures and flow of acrylic, carving and molding of sculpture, and it is the best base for my photography. It makes the images tangible and is such a forgiving medium. If you are not familiar with encaustics, please check out this:

This shop is called "Shutter Wax" because it is a place where I can bring my two passions together. I hope you enjoy what you see here and keep checking in as I will be adding new pieces, new links, and new photos regularly.

July 30, 2011-- Featured in the AS TIME GOES BY Treasury:

Curated by Joy Scott of Coastal Art Glass:


Our work is Big, Bright, and Bold. Individual, unique, handcrafted pieces that get attention. Make a statement. Own a piece of Joy !

I grew up in Greenwich Village, NYC. Then I went on to get a degree in Fashion Merchandising; after graduation spending several years working for high end retailers. Wanting something more artistic, I went to work as a photo stylist, working with the team developing the props and layouts for a group of well known photographers in New York. Over the years I have tried painting in oils, acrylics and watercolors. During my search for the right artistic fit, I spent years working on the wheel in pottery. I couldn't find the colors in the glazes I needed to express myself. Finally after taking courses in many different areas I found my calling in fused glass. I spent months taking courses in Arizona developing techniques and finding new methods to express my love of color and design.

July 29, 2011-- Featured in the GRAFFITI LOVE Treasury:

Stephanie owner of RELM handmade ( and RELM originals.:


I live in the beautiful Hudson Valley region of New York. I am a busy mom of three awesome kids and a speech-language pathologist who works with children with developmental and communication delays. I'm a late bloomer into the creative arts! I love photography and jewelry design. I opened RELM handmade in March of 2009, a traveling boutique and online shop which sells handcrafted jewelry and accessories from American and international artists. With design ideas swirling through my brain day and night, I finally unleashed my inner artist and began designing and crafting my own pieces.

July 28, 2011-- Featured in the A kiss is JUST a kiss treasury:

Curated by Molly of MollysMuses Fine Art Photography on Etsy:


I remember so well the first roll of black and white film that I shot, processed and printed. A single flower that was a gift from my boyfriend in college (now my husband) filled the frame beneath the water; At that moment I realized I had even more control over the image after capturing it, truly making it my own, creating an image.
I have always loved working with my hands and analyzing things. As a child two of my favorite things were my square loom to weave pot holders and playing canasta with my Grammy. The loom offered my hands an outlet for my extra nervous energy and the card games which sometimes lasted hours offered so many choices and possibilities. And so it's not a surprise that looking at everyday things through my camera lens and seeing what else the subject has to offer really excites me.

July 28, 2011-- Newly featured in a treasury entitled, I always have to steal my kisses from you.

Curated by Sara of Montagyoo who creates beautiful photographs and collages.


transition in my life. In a short time, I was a college student, a grad student, a sick person, a healing person, a well person, a youth minister, a Sunday School teacher, a crisis therapist, and a grad student (again.) I lived in Virginia, Kentucky, Virginia (again), and Mississippi. Somewhere in the middle of all of that, I decided that I'm an artist. These days, I live on the Mississippi Gulf Coast with my husband and work full-time as a mental health therapist. My favorite moments are the ones when a client says, "Oh! I never looked at it that way before!" That's my goal as a therapist, and I'm realizing that it's my goal as an artist, too. I hope my images inspire you to see things in a new and more beautiful way. Thank you so much for looking.

July 28, 2011-- Featured in the enticing Treasury entitled, It Was Only A Kiss:

Curated by Jen of Simply Inviting Cards:


Hello! I’m Jen and I am a lover of all things beautiful, creator of gorgeous greeting cards, stationery, gift wrap accents and earth-friendly handmade paper supplies.

What separates me from the rest of the paper artisan pack? There is no such thing as an unusable paper scrap in my studio!

July 15, 2011

Newly featured in the groovy treasury entitled, "If you'd only hold my hand... I'd be fearless in this land..."

Curated by Kiran Chahal Designs of London:


I am a designer based in London, England.
All my Etsy products are handmade original artworks on a variety of surfaces, using printmaking and spray-painting techniques.

Created at my studio... while I experiment with ideas for my day job (

Featured on April 29, 2011 in the ALL ABOUT LOVE Treasury:

Curated by Serden Andiç,(aka serdomania)
Great pencil art to view at



My artwork is called dream,and I draw my dreams.`Everyone has a dream,and they do come true.My inspirations are not only my dreams,but my future, love, breath, tears, feelings, hopes... I use black,white and magicial red colours on my works. I strive to produce realistic looking drawings and add my own conceptual ideas, too. I'm trying to form my own style, and share my soul, my feelings with everyone. I hope someday that everybody will know my works and put them on their walls. I do believe in miracles. I`m waiting for my dreams to come true..

Newly featured in a wonderful treasury entitled, TRANQUILITY.

Curated by hypericumfragile:


My everyday job is related to art - I am a craftswoman in a theater - called by one of the greatest Polish actresses, Krystyna Janda, "the most secure place in the world". My Etsy works are my free-time breathing space from what I do for living.

Newly featured in a special treasury entitled, Etsy Friend Picks: February 20, 2011

Curated by Nanette of MiniaturesByNanette:


If you are looking for sterling silver miniature shoes, chairs, keys, teapots, or eggs that are worn as jewelry? Check out my themed collections and more. All miniatures are hand cast and handcrafted and make delightful gifts that will put a smile on any face.

I LOVE LIVIN IN THE CITY - New treasury curated by WARPATH: Feb 5, 2011



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My good morning started with a kiss in the subway .. This wonderful Treasury is curated by missbabacilu:

Visit missbabacilu at

STORE STATEMENT: Welcome to the place where tea vapors are transformed in lovely jewelry!

Here there's a tea creature that works and dreams night and day so you can wear the most amazing pieces, romantic, colorful, delicate, feminine, childish, just perfect for any girl who favorites fairytales, tea and wonderlands.

Please feel free to enjoy every piece, from it's description to pictures and don't hesitate to contact the tea creature for any question you may have at hello [!at]

Salt n' Pepper Sitting in a Tree... curated by limezinnias in her fun Treasury Challenge Non Team (everyone can participate) Treasury.

For a superb view of Original ACEO Art Drawings and Watercolors visit:

ARTIST STATEMENT: I draw and paint in different mediums, some of my artwork is rendered in bright colored pencils and ink, some with just watercolors and ink and others with both. I carry large paintings, beautiful giclee's and ACEO's (Artist Cards Original and Editions, they have to measure 2.5 x 3) Framed they are beautiful, works of art sure to delight the recipient throughout the year. I, personally display my ACEO's in a grouping on the wall!

Fantastic treasury as we head toward's Valentine's Day curated by jodyvanB:

"Different forms of giving "it" on the big day. You know...the "L" word?!"

Visit Jody Edward's "A Gallery of Work" shop on Etsy at:


"The artist Sylvia Hahn once told me to "paint what you know, paint what you love."
I used her advice as a mantra in my artistic life. Many of my works are inspired by the beauty found in and around rural Ontario. Enjoy looking around my shop!"

Curated by ArtByAna in her "Just Hold" Treaury:

Visit her shop at:

Featured in this super treasury curated by beesters: High Fidelity--

Visit their store at:

Previously featured by ETSY seller SchickMickis:

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