Welcome to The Village Goose

About "The Village Goose"

Who I am...




















I am Kay Hodges aka The Village Goose. I make art pieces from vintage & antique letterpress and printer blocks. It is amazing to use this beautiful, old history to create one-of-a-kind heirlooms. Can I make one for you?












What I do....
















I express my passion for wood type letterpress by creating collages, word groups & other art forms. The beautiful patinas, fonts & sizes help save this amazing history. I use orphan type & printer blocks making each one unique. I am blessed to work with this great medium.

Where I'll Be...




















Sep 23-24  Treasure Island  9-4  #223-224

Oct. 1         Lodi Street Fair  8-4  #164-165

Oct. 8     Sac. Antiques Fair 7-3

Oct. 28-29  Treasure Island  9-4  #223-224

Nov. 12      Sac. Antiques Fair 7-3

Dec. 2-4     St. John's Craft   FRI 5-9pm  

                  Craft Show          SAT 9-7

             5701 Locust Ave.     SUN 9-3

I'm leaving time for custom orders for Christmas! My garage studio is open by appointment. Call me:  (916) 479-1595                          

Contact Me

Drop me a line!

Better yet, see me in person, at a show, or at my garage studio!

I love my letterpress friends, so feel free to visit, call, text or email me.

The Village Goose

hodgie44@mac.com

(916) 479-1595

Hours

By Appointment



LETTERPRESS PARTY 

You can host a letterpress party at my home in Elk Grove in the evening or on a weekend afternoon. It is fun to share the history, make gifts or home decor and enjoy the company of friends, family and refreshments. In most cases, you take your creations home the same day/night! A great way to do some unique Christmas shopping, even for the most finicky person!  

*Accents*

From animals to occupatioins...

Love, hobbies, buildings...

Your favorite cars....

small, fun additions...

sports and music...

I have 1000's of these printer blocks!

These printer blocks were used to illustrate or advertise produce many years ago. Most of the blocks are over 100 years old! It's amazing how these old blocks still work in our lives today!