A Big Thanks to all my people who came to my open house this last week-end and support my work. I loved having you in my home/studio, and having time to spend with each of you on your journey. We will again be open this coming week-end, Dec. 5 & 6, from 10-4. Much appreciation and many blessings!!
Writing from the Tolkien Ring for me, is Magic, Fellowship, inner Truth, Peace, and following your heart. To remember each day, the Magic Essence of who each of us really is, every moment in our gift of life, would be a great goal indeed.
New work for my home/studio Holiday Show, has shimmering faceted tourmaline, and luscious aquamarine beads, with 24k gold vermielle accents. The Priestess is a triangle of ancient symbols, Messenger Relic hosts a fine silver bird atop etched, patina copper, while Tolkien Guardian also has a gorgeous pink tourmaline stone from Santa Fe.
The great Holiday Show is going on at BCC in Ct. From Oct. 31-Dec. 31, buy the best hand made craft at the best value for all your holiday gifts. http://www.brookfieldcraftcenter.org/ Pictured is new work that will be at the center next week, entitled "The Goddess Relic". Goddess names are etched in copper, riveted to an etched backing, patina & colorized, highlighted with aquamarine beads, 24K gold vermielle, and a sterling chaine with fabricated stamped clasp making it 17" long.
Life has changed. It's time to redefine ourselves, be our own boss, and keep creating. Expect the unexpected, and know that all the "facts" are shifting, ephemeral elements, each with individual interpretations. It's a good time to create new opportunities.
First Friday open house, from 5:30-8:00 each month, at Ironwood Gallery was another great success. Wonderful new art exhibited, along with visiting friends, making new acquaintances, and selling fantastic one of a kind art. A great tradition that everyone should experience.
Pat Gullett, owner/artist of Howling Moon Studio, is a Painter, teacher, jeweler influenced by ancient civilizations, navigational tools for the journey, and Nature. She lives in the woods of Connecticut with her husband David.