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Christine Reilly Photography
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Oil Paintings

When asked her favorite aspect of life on Boggy Creek Farm, Carol Ann Sayle answers without hesitation, ”The beauty of the light at dawn and sunset when the sun is low over the fields and the flowers, and the way the light and shadows play off each other; the light is just like stained glass”

Carol Ann Sayle

Underwater Lifestyle Imagery

Christine Reilly Harris and her husband Jeremy are the dynamic duo behind the lens of Christine Reilly Photography. The synchronicity of effort and patience are required to create an image in the underwater world. Jeremy and Christine, Ocean ACTivists, are passionate about all water conservation and quality issues, in both salt and freshwater habitats. They use their photography to bring the beauty below the surface to the eyes of the terrestrial world with the hope that an increased appreciation of the underwater ecosphere and its importance to Humankind will lead to a greater Love of our Blue Planet by all. As Dr. Sylvia Earl so eloquently frames it: “No Blue, no Green. No Green, no Us…”. 

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Barbara the Potter

Pottery

As a functional potter, Barbara’s goal has been to raise awareness of the natural feel of the clay in every day use by leaving the clay body exposed to the tough. She makes her own clay and glaze which can be put into the oven, microwave and dishwasher. Appreciating healthy foods has brought her to imprinting “Boggy Creek Farm Natural Brassicas” into the clay, imparting texture and interest. She hopes that when using these pieces in your home, your connection may be enhanced.

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Larry Butler

Woodworking

Like most men, Larry loved to retreat to his “special place," his wood shop where he created all things wonderful from dying trees that he turned into boards on his saw mill: Tables, benches, cutting boards, trivets, display boards for foods, standing desks, day beds, night beds, etc. His favorite project was working on "Burlina," a giant Post Oak Burl.