Holiday boutique features custom signs by Colorado Springs artist

By Jen Mulson Published: December 1, 2017 0
photo - Penny Taylor in her home workshop Friday, September 23, 2016.  Taylor has a business called Re-Find Restorations. Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette
Penny Taylor in her home workshop Friday, September 23, 2016. Taylor has a business called Re-Find Restorations. Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette

Bypass Amazon, steer clear of the mall, and head to A Unique Christmas Boutique for alternative gift ideas.

Artists Penny Taylor, Colleen Briggs and Pamba Toto will feature their work Saturday and Sunday in a downtown bungalow at 1815 N. El Paso St. Part of the profits will go to Hope's Promise, a Castle Rock-based Christian, nonprofit child placement agency. The organization will direct the aid to Sanctuary of Hope, which helps orphans in Kenya.

Taylor, owner of Re-Find Restorations, creates products made from reclaimed materials, including her most popular items - rustic, hand-painted custom signs made from repurposed building materials, such as old fences, scrap house siding and broken furniture.

Briggs will present fine art and giclée prints, and Toto will have items handcrafted by Kenyan artisans for sale.

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