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Eloise Art

About Eloise & Steve

High school sweethearts, Eloise & Steve went to the same college, but their parents told them to concentrate on their studies and not date. They graduated and married other people. BUT 5 years ago, they found each other again and married. Today Steve works with young IDD men and women in job coaching. During his off-the-job hours, he crafts silver spoon rings & necklace pendants. Eloise, a retired Deaf Education teacher, makes unique necklaces, bracelets, and earrings from spoons and old watch parts. She also paints miniatures that are sold on their own little easels. Everything, of course, is made with love.

Eloise’s rustic and whimsical pieces have the classic beauty and style of antiques. Her works on canvas include landscapes and floral bouquets. She also paints on old wood, combining history with art, and sometimes incorporates antique jewelry, tools, or hats into her various creations.

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