Our RELICS & ARTIFACTS® Yorick Skull is a limited edition hand cast matte resin craft blank, ready to alter.
Stop by the Shop and stock up!
Thank you Sherry Matthews for the poster!
Eligius, as a boy, had quite the flair for designing and creating splendid jewelry. He was apprenticed to a goldsmith who was also the master of France's Royal Mint. After his apprenticeship, Eligius took advantage of his master's royal connections. He traveled to Paris where he offered his services to King Clotaire II.Read More
There's nothing better in the art industry than working with beautiful creative souls that share and believe in the same thing you do. I am so very thankful to have worked with RELICS & ARTIFACTS® this year. Getting to know Sandra and David and all the team Ambassadors has been a true joy. They are no longer just friends; they are family.Read More
'Twas the month before Christmas and all through my home,
not a surface was empty in my studio.
The counters were covered with projects GALORE!
Handmade gifts were all scattered from table to floor.
When I look at this angel, it brings me peace and reminds me to have faith and never give up hope. It’s like my own little guardian angel to watch over me.Read More
Aren’t ostensoriums a deliriously delicious source of inspiration? About 10 years ago I took a poseable doll making class with a sculpted head. A chill was in the air and I got the idea to make “Ice King”. I was really into thinking about what an ice king would look like; what would he wear?Read More
" I used to think I was the strangest person in the world but then I thought there are so many people in the world, there must be someone just like me who feels bizarre and flawed in the same ways I do. I would imagine her and imagine that she must be out there thinking of me too.Read More
Dream big! That's the premise behind my Finch turned Red Crowned Crane. She looks in the mirror every single day and does not see a tiny, meek bird.Read More
I'd love to say that there is always a deeper meaning to my art, a hidden message, a commentary on our society as a whole, or a revolutionary idea behind it. There IS a piece of me in all my work. Sometimes, my art can hold a poetic imprint or a therapeutic energy. Other times, I create simply because I love to make art. I love being creative. Period.Read More
No matter where I am teaching, I am always amazed by the creativity of my students and what their finished projects look like – many times with my jaw hitting the floor! Part of being an artist is to be inspired by others, and with each group of students I’m always left with a new perspective in regards to composition or color combinations.Read More
Straight out of the gate, I gotta tell ya, this project is one of my favorites. Not only was it one of the easiest projects I’ve done, but I just love how it turned out. I love birdies and butterflies and faeries and dragonflies. Seeing my art, that is not hard to figure out.Read More
What better way to try something new and revive one's muse than with a really cool challenge.Read More
The Prairie Pixie awaits. The Tallgrass will return. Open when the time is right and spread the seeds to the winds. Keep it safe, little one. Thank you for protecting the spirit of the Prairie.Read More
It's spring and with it comes fairies, they come in all shapes and colors and one such delicate, winged beauty is this tiny Grunge FairyRead More
"I love making these chunky art blocks and the Ancient Soul Skull blinged-out with butterfly wings was a perfect combination to dress one up. I’ll keep this on my desk as a reminder to use my wings and FLY every day."Read More