GOOD NIGHT MOON NIGHT LIGHT
You can get lost in the imagery of Leandra's pewter mini works of art. The whimsical figures and symbols decorating her pewter collections illustrate her wonderful world of stars, whirligigs and sky-rockets. Along with a menagerie of odd-shaped animals and hyperactive men, women and children blessed with far-out faces and figures, Leandra creates a unique world best described as “fantasy in motion”
In the great green room
there was a telephone
And a red balloon
And a picture of--
The cow jumping over the moon
and there were three little bears, sitting on chairs
and two little kittens and a pair of mittens
and a little toy house and a young mouse
and a comb and a brush and bowl full of mush
and a quiet old lady who was whispering "hush"
goodnight cow jumping over the moon
goodnight light and the red balloon
goodnight bears goodnight chairs
goodnight kittens goodnight mittens
goodnight clocks and goodnight socks
goodnight little house and goodnight mouse
goodnight comb and goodnight brush
goodnight nobody goodnight mush
and goodnight to the old lady whispering "hush"
goodnight stars, goodnight air
goodnight noises everywhere.
by Margaret Wise Brown
All the nightlights in this collection measure approximately 4 1/2" x 4 1/2". Some have small side panels to shield the bulb. They are fitted with a standard electrical plugin with a switch and includes a 7 watt night light bulb. Glass color may vary.
Leandra Drumm is the daughter of Don and Lisa Drumm, both accomplished artists in their own right. Leandra says her work is inspired by the everyday people and things that surround her. What a delightful and fanciful world she must live in!
Her early summers in the seventies were spent immersed in the arts and crafts at North Carolina’s famous Penland School where her parents taught classes. They sought to encourage her to become an engineer, but when she took her first art class in high school, her art teacher sent her to the University of Akron to take classes. While finishing up her BFA in graphic design at Kent State University she tried her hand at selling pewter jewelry, and Leandra Drumm Designs has been going strong since for over 20 years.