Red Dirt Farm and Studio

Sharing kindness and joy through flowers and art

The Market Wagon is currently open by appointment only.  Send an email if you want to schedule a visit.  Thank you.

The Art wagon Farm Stand is tiny magic on wheels.

Inside you will find handmade items from Kim.  Paintings, jewelry, notecards, flour sack tea towels, tote bags, and vinyl decals.  Kim’s canned and baked goods are available too, and of course fresh eggs from the girls.  During the season, you will find the freshest, pesticide and chemical-free flowers all grown right here on the farm.

There is a separate driveway entrance to the art wagon farm stand, look for the big brightly painted Rooster!  The stand is the white cargo trailer.

Handmade one of a kind art by Kim.

Brown, blue, green and pink and white eggs from free-range hens that are cared for naturally.

 No yucky stuff here.

Brush off the poop and crack open a good egg!

We believe that chickens that are allowed to free-range as they please, eating what they want, and enjoying fresh air and sunshine produce the best eggs and we want to share them with you.

Please help spread the word – we would appreciate the extra support!

Like our Facebook page for updates and to know what is fresh each week at the stand.

Street Address is 953 Venable Road, Palmyra

5 thoughts on “Art Wagon

  1. Kate R says:

    Hi Kim! I love your blog and your Farm stand is wonderful! You sell such lovely bouquets of flowers! I’ve signed up to follow so I shall enjoy talking flowers with you.
    – Kate xx

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  2. Debra says:

    Oh yahoo for you! Yay for soap and candles!!!

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    1. Ah thank you Debra, it feels pretty exciting to us, something I’ve wanted to do for a long time! xo

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  3. Carolyn White says:

    Kim….so great to see you and your hubby on Sunday! Do you sell any of the metal sculptures like you have hanging on your henhouse?

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    1. Hi Carolyn – It was good seeing you too! I made those sunflowers many years ago when I was working with metal. I have often thought of getting back into making them again. If I do, I will let you know! Makes me smile to think that you like them. Thank you.

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