Bob’s Burnings & More, llc.
Robert C. Plummer
W13253 Hutchinson Rd.
Bruce, WI 54819
Home (715) 868-1041
I started Bob’s Burnings in 2019, mainly making hand made framed wood burnings featuring portraits, wildlife, pets and memorials. I then started making hand routered signs from live edge boards. Last year I started putting those skills into custom epoxy resin finished cribbage boards. This year I’m focusing on chainsaw carving and bringing all those elements into truly unique pieces. Custom orders are always welcome and encouraged!
Karen Bejin was born in Menomonie, WI and later moved to Chippewa Falls, WI with her family. She currently lives there with her husband, Bill and lab, Toolik and loves to visit her daughter and son-in-law in Colorado. She studied drawing, painting and ceramics as an undergrad at UW-EC and UW-W and later studied water color with artists Karlyn Holman at her gallery in Washburn, WI and on location in southern France; and with Sterling Edwards at the Madeline Island School of Arts in northern Wisconsin. Her work is currently displayed in a variety of locations, including Valley Art Gallery, an art co-op in which she is a member (Chippewa Falls), River Wood Gallery and Eau Claire Regional Arts (Eau Claire), and Ehler’s Store (Cornucopia, WI). She also has appeared in art shows at the Heyde Center for the Arts and Lucy’s (Chippewa Falls), Beaver Creek Reserve (Fall Creek), O’Neill Creek Winery (Bloomer, WI), L.E. Phillips Memorial Public Library and From the Vine (Eau Claire, WI), Drummond Library (Drummond, WI), the Menomonie Library (Menomonie, WI), the Delta Diner (Delta, WI), the Janet Carson Gallery (Eau Claire, WI) and occasional art festivals. In addition to her own painting she enjoys teaching water color classes. More information can be found online at Chippewa River Art, www.chippewariverart.com and the Valley Art Gallery FaceBook page Valley Art Gallery-Chippewa. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Dylan will be O’Neil Creeks music for our July’s Wine Women Wednesday. Dylan is new to our winery. A little back ground, he is from Rice lake and has opened for Chris Kroeze.
You will be able to order off the menu of Fat Boys Family Restaurant and they will deliver for free.