Restore & Rework

February Open Studio 

This month I have officially changed my event name from Vintage Faire to Open Studio which I feel is more in line with what I do.  As always I have lot's of exciting new finds along with some of my own signature creations I have been working on.  Spring is near which is my favorite time of year, did I hear someone say "Garden"?  Yes it is true I have rolled up my sleeves and started building again, wait until you see what I have created.  My next show is Saturday February 11th from 9-6.  As always I have invited another fellow vintage collector to share their talents.  Please help me welcome Carl and Carol Shifflett of Goodies from the Attic.  Both are avid vintage collectors and use Annie Sloan chalk paint on some of their furniture finds.  They have sold successfully in the past at Alameda Point, Treasure Island Flea, DeAnza Flea and through Nested Treasure of Livermore.  I am excited to see what they bring in and hope you too can join me. Remember fresh baked goodies will be served.  Thanks, Cisco  
Using recycled wood and rusty pieces I have created these one of kind birdhouses.  I have sold many over the past 20 months and now that the season is just about to change I have created some new pieces exclusively for this upcoming Open Studio.  Most are decorative but they have been known to occupy a tenant or two in the past.  By the way I must give credit to photographer's Lynde Alvarez and Kimberly Sayre they patiently took all of the photos in this months Open Studio invite.  Their work is wonderful.  

Here is one of their photos using Restore & Rework's birdhouse models.  Time consuming to make but worth the effort.

Another great photo of a ladder, grain sack and metal clips, and of course everything here is for sale.  Hope to see you here.

Cisco Diaz
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"Find out more" about me and my craft in the Home & Garden section on the Saturday February 4th issue I am at the bottom of the article and don't forget to check out the photos.

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