The blog has gone quiet lately due to our annual wrath of flu that's had us down for the count. We'll resume regular posts next week with a tribute to Pantone's 'color of the year' & one of our favorite stones - Emeralds! For today here's a link to an article from Rebekah's hometown paper in New Hampshire, The Peterborough Transcript, it's a nice little piece about her & the history of our business. Peterborough is a small town in Southern New Hampshire where Rebekah's artist-mother, Mona Adisa Brooks, still lives & runs a lovely gallery of her own called Trumpet. Alongside her own work she showcases other local painters & sculptors and provides classes and workshops in everything from drawing to language. Peterborough is a great place to visit - if you happen to find yourself there stop by her gallery & check it out!
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