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Daufuskie Island Holiday Gift Options – The Iron Fish Gallery
OPTION 1. A handcrafted sculpture of your choice gift wrapped and shipped to the recipient of your choice. Order online and receive FREE SHIPPING.
OPTION 2. Having a tough time selecting the perfect piece of art? Well, save the headache for next Christmas and opt for the Iron Fish Gift Certificate, also shipped to the recipient of your choice. This is an option that is simply a WIN WIN!
Fellow Daufuskie people: You don’t need to go far this year to do your Christmas shopping. Even if you are an online shopper come holiday season, I have just the website for you…:-) www.ironfishart.com! Support your Daufuskie arts community this holiday season and encourage your friends to do the same!
This year marks my 10th year of being a Daufuskie Island resident artist. Thank you all sincerely for supporting for my sculptures and artwork for the past 10 years!!!! There is no doubt in my mind that no one would have noticed me without you.
Happy Holidays to you all!!!
100% Handcrafted Exclusively On Daufuskie Island!
In this brief blog, I would like to simply cast the following message, as a simple attempt to try and save time and spare anguish for so many fellow islanders:
Ask questions and do your own research before you get all worked up. Now kiss and make up.
2009 Volunteers In Medicine Christmas Ornaments are here!!!!
The Iron Fish Studio is proud to announce that our 4th annual Volunteers in Medicine Christmas tree ornaments hand decorated by the Daufuskie Island Elementary children are ready for purchase. This year we made 300 uniquely designed ornaments that sell for $10 per ornament. This is a suggested price and 100% of all ornament sales go directly to VIM which is an organization that offers free health care to residents of Hilton Head and Daufuskie Island who are not insured and who also meets financial qualifications.
Every year, VIM handles 31,000 patient visits served by approximately 700 volunteers! The cleaning of VIM, which would cost $25,000 is donated by grateful patients doing their best to give back. One last important statistic is that 70% of the patients are employed and 20% are children not old enough to work. (more…)