November 2021 Newsletter

Ahoy lads and lasses,

Thank you to all that made it out to Davenport to check out Santa Cruz Open Studios! It was great to connect and reconnect with the Santa Cruz art community and get to show you all some of the work I've been doing out here. 

I'd like to welcome the newcomers from Open Studios. Thank you for the support. I'm excited to have you on board!

Found Art Collective Holiday Pop-Up

I will be a featured artist at the Found Art Collective on Saturday, November 27th from 12-5pm in Scotts Valley. This is a great opportunity to get some in-person shopping done and save on shipping costs this holiday season. 

Found Art Collective
5167 Scotts Valley Dr,
Scotts Valley, CA 95066

With all the supply chain issues big box stores are having this year, there's no better time to shop local!

Small Business Saturday

Small Business Saturday is coming up!

Saturday, November 27, the day after Black Friday, is Small Business Saturday. Get some holiday shopping out of the way early and get a 20% discount on unique handmade pieces all while supporting your favorite small businesses!

Whatknot Studios Discount Code: SBS2021

Offer code available: Saturday, November 27 - Monday November 29, 2021
*Mention this Newsletter to redeem your 20% off on my work at the Found Art Collective

Holiday Orders

The holidays are right around the corner!

This is your reminder to start your shopping as soon as possible so I can get them to you in time. If you're interested in a custom order, I will be taking very few this year due to the high volume of requests. Each piece is handmade with care and can take some time so lets get planning now!
Inquire about your own custom order

Collaboration With Upcycled Skate Art

In other exciting news I have a collaboration in the works with Alex Wong of Upcycled Skate Art. Alex is a fellow artist from Santa Cruz who uses thrashed skateboard decks and trucks to create a wide variety of unique pieces; anything from jewelry to surfboards and tables. 

In our collaboration, we are using old skateboard truck parts to cast an aluminum skull and integrating truck hangers as a metaphorical spinal column.

Keep posted for a possible show in the future featuring this piece and other related pieces by Alex and I.

See you next month for another in-person shopping opportunity coming up on Saturday, December 18 at Shanty Shack Brewing!


Courtney Renee Scruggs

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