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Welcome to the Redux For You and  Shopping site for Sue Muldoon Images! 

 

My dedicated Photography website is located at 

 

www.suemuldoonimages.com

 

I am a Photographer, Artist, SeatWeaver, RePurposer, Designer and Social Media Consultant. Yes, that's a lot ot "hats" but I love them all!

 

This site is dedicated to shopping items that are one-of-a-kind and handcrafted and Seatweaving Services.

 

Follow me on my creative adventures. If you see something you like,

order it on my Etsy Shop or Wholesale Forms. 

To receive a quote on a chair repair, send me a QUOTE REQUEST or call 860-394-5470

If you'd like to learn more about SeatWeaving, check out www.seatweaversguild.org

 

Read more about Redux For You 
in Go Local Magazine

Upcoming Classes

Lots of festivals and classes! Follow the links to the festivals for updated class info.

We will update as classes are live.

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Fiber College of Maine: September 4-8

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Some other projects.....

This Child's High Chair had been cut down when I purchased it, but it was still adorable and had lots of potential.

 

Deglossed, painted with many coats of painters acrylics and sealed with 3 coats of poly for a washable finish.

 

This should delight a small child for a long time to come, and be a piece that is passed down.

 

It will be appearing at my upcoming venues . See SCHEDULE

This sweet little porch rocker got a revival with it's bright white paint , primamry red runners, and a woven seat of men's ties!

 

Bright, unique and comfortable.

Canvas seat painted with Gesso, 3 coats of black chalk paint, ditressed and seales with 3 coats of wax. Trim detail is black jeans leg seam.

Button detail on the back of the chair is a little surpise..kind of like an "Easter Egg", you have to look for it.

This "Sideroadium" chair (aka found on the side of the road, unloved) took on a new life with lots of character. It was prime-coated, decoupaged with 1970's sewing patterns, a brown creme wax applied and finished with 3 coats of wax. 

This little lovely now resides in a new home. 

Custom orders accepted if you have a chair that needs a revival.