Category Archives: commissions

Two Exhibits!—“50 5×7’s” and Hock Plaza–Saladelia

Here’s my show “50 5×7’s –Shannon Bueker’s Tribute to Alex O’Connor” at North Carolina Crafts Gallery in Carrboro this month. Lots of my cards are available for purchase, too. Ten % of sales will be donated to Independent Animal Rescue. … Continue reading

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The next group for the 50 5″ x 7″ ‘s Show

NC Crafts Gallery, May 1 – May 30th: 50 5″ x 7″s–Shannon Bueker Pays Tribute to Alex O’Connor

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50 5″ x 7″‘s—a show in May at NC Crafts Gallery in Carrboro

My deceased animal-painting-artist friend Alex O’Connor gave me a tub of small canvases before she left. She said she’d be glad knowing they would be filled with beautiful animal paintings one day. So I have this idea: in May I’ll … Continue reading

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My mom is working on another of our quilt collaborations

A year ago my mom and I started on another quilt collaboration. She tends to have a long list of projects going on (gosh, who does that sound like?). There have been other quilts in line to be finished before … Continue reading

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Clay of the Day–another good outcome: horses and ocean tiles

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