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Oct 21 2014

Egg Girl Locket


This icon was inspired by the 2nd phase of the creation process. It is that time in the cycle where something is birthed (or re-birthed) into the world.  This could be a project, a business, an art piece, a baby, or any part of yourself that has remained hidden from the world that now wants to come out!

Store your designs, and virtual treasures in the 4GB flash drive hidden securely in the sliding door on back of locket. Locket is made with Purpleheart wood, and a mixed plethora of gun metal and bronze chains.

Price: $175.00

 

 

 

 

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Feb 09 2013

An expansion plan


So…I am launching myself and the lockets on kickstarter! Take a looksy here: Story your story: Kickstarter project I am also gearing up to create some pendants with textiles. I know what I want to do, and the sketch is a shadow of that — but it may give you an idea or not. Regardless, […]

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Nov 29 2012

11 weeks in Brooklyn


I woke up this morning feeling the first leg of my journey in my new home was moving into it’s next incarnation. It’s hard to pinpoint why I felt I turned a corner, maybe it’s the deep sense of calm gained after a series of tenuous leaps off cliffs onto shaky ground or just the […]

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Nov 10 2012

The interesting, and sometimes scary origins of fairy tales


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On my birthday I treated myself to a night at the Brooklyn Art Museum, to hear author and scholar, Ruth B. Bottigheimer speak on her book, Fairy Tales: A New History.  She makes a case that fairy tales do not have their origins in the countryside but rather the cities, with their birthplace being in the […]

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Oct 30 2012

Musings on photography


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“Nobody ever discovered ugliness through photographs. But many, through photographs, have discovered beauty. Nobody exclaims, “Isn’t that ugly! I must take a photograph of it.” Even if someone did say that, all it would mean is: “I find that ugly thing…beautiful.” ~ Susan Sontag, On Photography why I take pictures To connect with the essence […]

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