A long time ago I used to create new moon and full moon jewelry.. The jewelry was to celebrate the money light. I have come back to create a lasting legacy of each moon phase. Each piece is truly unique. The October 27, 2019 piece celebrates the 300th day of 2019. Today signifies our ability and victories over our own personal enemy. The enemy may be anything that you may be challenged with. It may be material, spiritual or emotional. You will know when you lay your eyes on this necklace and your heart opens up. Each piece includes significant stones, gems, colors and symbols to guide and assist the owner of the piece. Reservations can be made for future Moon Phase dates.
Many new creations are coming about as I prepare for a home show on November 9th. I am one of the featured artists and will be offering my birch bark creations and many more earth-inspired art! Phyllis Schuit wiil be sellling her stitching paintings and muliple fiber wearables, Denise Lobb’s fiber creations will be available and Pat Garske will be featuring whimsical bags and wearables.
So mark your calendars for November 9 and I look forward to seeing you from 9am – 4 pm at 7164 Clawson Drive in Hazelhurst, WI.
A huge thank you goes out to everybody that stop by my studio this past week. If you missed it, come check out my wonderful birchbark creations at the Mercer high school tomorrow, October 19th, from 10 to 2.
This little chickadee porcupine quill and birch bark box will be available this weekend, along with the encaustic work of Susan Barakat and a one time selection of eearrings handcrafted by Edith Barakat. We look forward to seeing you on Friday, Saturday or Sunday from 10 – 5!
The Northwoods Art Tour offers visitors an inside view of artist’s processes and creating art. The Tour makes it’s way through the beautiful Northwoods of Wisconsin where Mother Nature has been “painting” our forests with vivid autumn colors. My studio will be open from 10 – 5 on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Stop by and be enchanted!
Join us at the Brigadoon Winery in Tripoli, WI to raise funds for Wounded Warriors In Action. I will be selling my art there! Come fir the day and check out the winery and much more!
A huge thanks goes out to everybody who stopped in during the Northwoods Art Tour this past weekend! I really appreciate all of the purchases that help to support my artist life!
Today I’m in my studio working on some of my 1st loves. Birchbark, procure pine quells and pine needles. I can’t wait to share the finished products with you! Stay tuned…