This is a advertisement which will go on a cooler to advertise my husband’s chicken eggs from his micro farm Good things grow here. Eggs are $4, and subscriptions to these amazing eggs are now available (Richard@864-884-3262). This advertisement will be used at Hendersonville co-op in NC where Richard’s eggs are now being sold.
Look at the black snake trying to come inside my house. Kriya wanted to have a look from the outside, when I realized she was not afraid I took her photo. She wanted to feed the snake.
Linda Oliphant is the owner of the historic property where Chanteloup Farm is located. She is an excessively talented interior designer and a patron of the arts, many types of arts. She is also and accomplished color expert. She can tell you what color to wear; I hear it can change your luck in life. Her signature colors are bright green and blue, thus this became the core idea for the farm.
I created all branding for the farm, and recently created give-a-ways for the farmers market. They include recipe cards, book marks. Jacob of Nagey Technical Services printed some gorgeous labels for us. I created laminated price cards which Richard’s writes on at each market for the various and changing produce. The market started last month and is every Thurs from 3-6 behind the colorful shops where the Wrinkled eggs and Hand in Hand Gallery are located in Hendersonville, NC. People are extraordinarily nice and there are very unique products such as mushrooms, goat cheese and more by the coolest farmers. I may be collaborating on a cook book for the market.
I love what I do, but when I create graphics for my family I am astounded by the healing of myself and others which it can provide. Grandma died on what the Christians from the West consider the Ascension of Jesus. Grandma would have loved this.
You can remember your Grandma with this beautiful card which Wilma’s grandaughter, Jennifer made
– priests comments at the church service
Richard Kouyoumjian, organic grower, sells produce from our home microfarm Good Things Grow Here. The hen eggs are amazing, and Richard is adding new breeds who produce chocolate brown and blue eggs.