People ask me how we got started doing this. We live in VT which is one of the greenest oriented states in the nation. One of things that has always bothered us is

the amount of trash was as humans on average tend to throw away.  When a network cable or a power cord would go dead and it would just be tossed into the garbage. 

It made us think, "What can I do with these cords to reuse them". The answer was to make trees.  The spiders came about as a result of having a lot of just one bead left,

and the Rainchains are partly due to the amount of time spend on the beach walking and doing our part to help clean them up. We do hope you like our artwork and

we do appreciate and accept all forms of feedback and so should you feel the need to share that with us, we will just say Thank you now. For current pricing on our art

please check out our shop at http://wirezzz.etsy.com and should you want something specific that isn't listed, please do not hesitate to contact us for custom work as we do love the challenge.


Check out the Rain Chain tab for a list of Galleries carrying the Rain chains



Galleries carrying the Bugs are as listed below

Vine & Branches Bennington, VT

Island Craft shop, South Hero, VT (Summer Only)

Spectrum Art Gallery, Centerbrooke, CT




Didn't catch me on the news on Local 22 then please watch the segments posted HERE or you can visit http://mychamplainvalley.com/new/working-with-wirezzz

Carley Tillinghast
Owner/Artisan