So, what is a woodworker and photographer doing making masks??
Actually, Cuppa Fog was originally created because I was sewing cell phone and tablet cases and purses! I’ve been sewing since I was 8 years old, and always loved it. So when the world turned topsy-turvy and they started recommending people wear cloth masks, I realized I could actually make a difference by digging into my fabric stash and making masks. Every mask someone buys allows me to donate one, and it’s been a huge task to try to keep up with demand – but one that I am happy to take on, as I really love feeling like I’m helping those who aren’t able to help themselves. And I really love showing my 5yo son how helping others can be rewarding for us as well.
Are you still selling wood art?
Yes! But turnaround time may be a bit longer, as my priority is getting masks in the hands of those who need them. But I also have many items currently in stock - if you're on a timeline, send me an email!
Cuppa Fog art is Handmade!
Photos are taken by the artist, Chelsea Hiatt Farley.
Cuppa Fog pieces are photos that have been hand-transferred onto wood block. The result is a retro-looking, uniquely-distressed image. The process actually transfers the ink to the wood, which results in the wood grain showing through, and an organic distressing of the ink.
Each transfer is hand-done, and each piece is one-of-a-kind! Every piece has its own unique wood grain and areas of distress. Therefore the item you receive will differ slightly from the picture on the website. Items are made-to-order. Please allow 3-7 business days before shipping.
Images are sealed in semi-gloss to be UV- and water-resistant. Wood edges are left raw to enhance the distressed, natural look. The wood is hand-cut, so measurements may vary slightly.
We are happy to work with you on custom pieces as well. Please contact us for further pricing and information.