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Triple Goddess Moon Phase

Rustic and enchanting. The triple goddess moon represents the Maiden, Mother, and Crone. Each symbolic of a lunar phase waxing, full, and waning. Available in my Wooden Ophelia art shop!
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Cyber Monday Sale - Today Only!

Cyber Monday Sale!
Take 40% off EVERYTHING using HOLIDAY at checkout
TODAY ONLY
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Happy Halloween | Art Shop Promo

Heart Attack now available in my art shop! 🎃👻 HALLOWEEN PROMO use BELLADONNA at the checkout and save 30% off your entire purchase! One week only!

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Plus don't miss the HALLOWEEN PROMO 🎃 at my Wooden Ophelia shop! 30% off on all orders using SALEM at checkout. Today only!

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Halloween Auction

Poe and Frankie are individually up for auction via the Copycat Violence Facebook page. Each are complete in a baroque plastic frame with satin black finish and glass front.

Artwork is approx 4 x 5"
Frame is 8 x 10" with 5 x 7" matted opening

Bidding is open October 13-17th
➽➽ https://www.facebook.com/copycatviolence

Auction not affiliated with Facebook
Thank you for your interest!!

Part of Me | Society6 Prints

Just added Part of Me to my Society6 shop! Prints and other fine art goodies available
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Hush of Night | Blood Moon @ Hudson Hughes Gallery

Hush of Night and Blood Moon Curio Shelf for '3am' at Hudson Hughes... always honored. PLUS this is my first gallery presented Wooden Ophelia piece!!

Visit the gallery website for purchase inquiries 🖤

Cherokee | Drawing Progress

As a woman of esteemed Cherokee ancestry, I've wanted to express and create a more spiritual atmosphere to my art for a long time. One that specifically depicts my bloodline... the strength, courage and exemplary virtues of some of the women I've been fortunate enough to know in my life.
“The Cherokees did not separate spiritual and physical realms but regarded them as one, and they practiced their religion in a host of private daily observances as well as in public ceremonies.”