Linda P Stauffer

Handmade Brushes

Several years ago I had the opportunity to attend a brush making workshop given by Dr. Susan Nayfield Kahn. I learned the art and science of making a beautiful and functional brush. These brushes were unlike any I used before. They held more slip, I could actually draw a fluid line without constantly reloading the brush. I began to experiment with various animal hairs. I've made brushes from deer, elk, moose, caribou, squirrel, mink, zebra mane, fox, coyote, bear, goat, sheep, dog, raccoon, feathers and probably a few I missed. Each brush is a work of art, carefully crafted and decorated. Visit mybrush site for more images


The Potters Brush



I’m always looking for squirrel tails and deer tails. contact me if you are a hunter. I will trade for brushes.

READ MORE

LOREM IPSUM DOLOR

CONSEQUAT VENIAM NOSTRUD