Friday, April 27, 2012

Will I become another Victim of Santa Fe Style?




This guy caught my eye and completely charmed me as I passed a gallery with him and a few of his friends in the window a couple days ago. But I wondered if bringing him home to the casita was the first step on the path to becoming another victim of Santa Fe style. Today at lunch, I went for a closer look anyway. He's about 18 inches tall, carved from cottonwood by Matthew Yellowman.

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9 comments:

Linda in Calif. said...

Oh he's so darn cute how can you resist going Santa Fe style? I know I would!

lj_cox said...

Victim? No. Master? Why not? I think you're more likely to add it to your palette and make your own style, with Santa Fe as part of the mix. Which would be cool.

The rooster-in-boots (like puss-in-boots but feathery) is also cool. :)

Debra Spincic said...

He's a Dandy!

katelnorth said...

I have to say, I'm not normally into chickens or southwestern stuff much, but I dig that rooster :)

Christine Thresh said...

Well, if you need one colorful thing in your casita.
The cats might enjoy him.

Susan @ Blackberry Creek said...

I love him.

black bear cabin said...

i dig him...especially his boots :)

Sheri said...

Love it .Can I buy one on the net?

Pat/SWquilter said...

There's worse things than Santa Fe-style! LOL! Only in MHO, of course. I don't think you could actually call "my" style Santa Fe totally, but it is one of the elements of my style.

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