Friday, December 2, 2022

Holiday Marketplace Exhibit Profiles: Kathryn Hood Books & Crushed Glass Art

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Preview Soirée benefitting LovePacks Friday, December 2, 2016   6 p.m. – 8 p.m. Exclusive, ticketed pre-shopping event featuring a party with a silent auction and drinks.

Marketplace Hours Saturday, December 3, 2016   8 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Profits of Hottytoddy.com benefit the University of Mississippi’s Meek School of Journalism and New Media. This is a premium holiday marketplace/show being promoted regionally and nationally to our audience of 1.9 million unique readers over this past year!

Website: http://hottytoddy.com/marketplace/

 

Kathryn Hood, Ole Miss Children’s Books, Oxford, MS

Kathryn Hood is a retired child psychotherapist with a specialty in play therapy. Her private practices were in Mandeville, Louisiana, and Oxford, Mississippi. She also worked with the St. Tammany Parish School District in the elementary schools as a mental health therapist, as well as the University of Mississippi Child Advocacy and Play Therapy Institute. 

Since Mrs. Hood retired, she has written five children’s books about Ole Miss: Ole Miss from A to Z, The Ole Miss Activity Book, The Adventures of Foxy Reb, and her latest, Twas the Night before the Egg Bowl.  She hopes to have her fifth book out before Christmas entitled Be a Rebel Fan like Finn.
 
 
Kathryn Hood
Kathryn Hood
Chad Kelly with Foxy Reb and Finn
Chad Kelly with Foxy Reb and Finn
The Adventures of Foxy Reb
The Adventures of Foxy Reb
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Twas The Night Before The Egg Bowl

Crushed Glass Art, Ellen Supple, Lafayette, LA

“I love art and design and am an avid photographer. I try to create many of my photographs into my 2D art.

I traveled the world as a flight attendant and have always loved the beach and ocean. On one of my beach adventures, I discovered glass and resin art. I fell in love and instantly knew this was the creative expression I had been looking for. They say the rest is history.

I hope my art gives everyone the same ‘awe’ feeling I have when I put my toes in the sand and breathe that salt air. Without a doubt, my love of water, the outdoors, and animals are my inspiration. Working with glass allows me to create art that is multi-dimensional. I use glass of all kinds and sometimes spend hours breaking glass objects, looking for a challenge. Each piece of art is one of a kind.” – Ellen Supple

Check her out here: www.crushedglassart.com

Ellen Supple
Ellen Supple
Crushed Glass
Crushed Glass
Crushed Glass Art
Crushed Glass Art
Crushed Glass Art
Crushed Glass Art

Emily Defenbaugh is an Intern of HottyToddy.com. She can be reached at eadefenb@go.olemiss.edu.

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