Painted Gourds by Award Winning Artist – Devon Cameron


Devon Cameron’s life took an unexpected turn when she started her
business of painting on… Gourds!

I never imagined a partnership with mother nature was in my future as I studied Music Therapy and went on to get my Master’s Degree in Special Education. Though from a very early age I was drawn to the arts and had won several awards for my work, I, like many, decided on the more practical path. But alas, the creative arts always wins in my life, and here I am with my gourds.

Orange Tabby Cat, Floral Design, Cat Lovers Gift, Folk Art Cat, Bird on head of Cat, Acrylic on Gourd, Hand Painted Gourd

Devon says in her Etsy shop, Gourdament.
The shop is a huge celebration of color and attention to details, as Devon uses gourds as her canvas- and making them come to life! The artistic process that Devon is making these gourds go through is a double one:
First she carves them or decides o their final shape. Her gourds could be sold complete- as ornaments, or be cut to a bowl shape or even a bird feeder!
Second- comes the paint, the colors and the creative thought behind deciding if to draw a little butterfly or turn the gourd into a cat all together!

Owl Lover Gift, Owl Ornament, Painted gourd, Gourd art, Owl painting, Owl decor, Owl Love you Forever, Handmade, OOAK Kitty Cat Gourd Ornament Trio Holly and Poinsettia design - Cat Lover Christmas Gift Chicken Ornament Set of 3 - Intricate Floral Design, Christmas Ornament Set, Perfect Gift Butterfly Art - Gourd Art - Gourd Bowl - Dragonfly Collector - Perfect gift - OOAK Birdhouse Gourd - Kitty Cat - Whimsical Garden Art - Cat lover Gift - Outdoor Decor - Bird Lover - Original Artwork

If you like this style and think someone in your family or friend’s circle would be joyful getting one of Devon’s gourds- go to Gourdament and see more for yourselves!

Follow the store on Instagram to always see the latest Gourdy-designs !!

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