Tillandsia is the largest genus of the Bromeliad family. Commonly known as air plants, this genus boasts more than 500 species native to Central and South America and the southern United States. These intriguing plants require no soil, as they take in nutrients through their leaves.
Meet the artists featured in our latest specialty shop, Arrows & Antlers. Read our interviews with arrow artist Stacey Foster of Fletcher and Fox, and antler artist Adrienne Davey of White Buffalo Trading Co.
Humans have been making arrows for more than 50,000 years, but Fletcher and Fox arrows offer something new for a modern era. These home accents, one part style tool and one part eye candy, have strong appeal as an eclectic décor item and a modern tribal totem. Stacey Foster of Fletcher and Fox shared some interesting details with the Foundary about her handcrafted decorative arrows.
Adrienne Davey is the artist behind White Buffalo Trading Co.’s ombre antlers. Painted in vibrant hues and with gilded details, these genuine deer antlers are an artistic décor element. Adrienne told the Foundary more about her ombre antlers, inspired by the nobility of nature.