Monday, January 24, 2011

The Gathering Butterfly Sculpture is featured in an Etsy Treasury

I've been featured in a few of these Treasuries before, but it's usually for my jewelry. I'm excited about this one because I want to get more exposure for my sculpture. This particular Treasury is desert related, so much the better!

Here' a link to the sculpture on my web site:

Etsy store:

Muses Gallery on line:

Thursday, January 20, 2011

Ring My Chimes, I'm featured again!

I've been featured in another Artfire collection. Check out the outstanding company I share in this collection of one of a kind rings:
This is my Dalmatian Jasper ring included in the collection.
Here's a link to the Dalmatian Jasper page of my web site:

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

The Intruder, butterfly sculpture

The Intruder, butterfly sculpture

My most recent butterfly sculpture includes a visitor who may not be completely welcome. At least not as welcome as the other butterflies. To Bee or not to Bee, that is the question.

I'll be offering this latest sculpture on my web site and in my etsy and artfire stores soon. I just couldn't wait to put it on my blog and send it to my friends at Creating the Hive.

This piece includes six butterflies and one bee with a rose in copper on a cholla cactus branch, mounted on an oak base.

Lunar Skies Fine Art

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Not For Sale

Not For Sale
My two latest sculptures were given as gifts but I can't resist showing them off because I'm so pleased with the way they turned out. The first is called Butterfly Duo & Poppy this is a wall hanging piece.
The second is called Six Butterflies and a Poppy, this is a free-standing piece.
Both pieces are made with Copper, Cholla Cactus Wood, and Oak.
You can see some sculptures I do have for sale at

I'm also working on some new sculptures and jewelry pieces I'll be posting soon.

Sunday, January 9, 2011

Crazy Lace in the Virgin Islands

I cut most of the cabochons I use in my jewelry. I also sell cabochons on my gemstone web site, Lunar Skies Cabochons. I've made an offer to cabochons buyers, if they send me pictures of jewelry they create with my stones and I will feature them on my site. I haven't been selling stones for too long but I got my first feature posted last week. The stone I sold is a crazy lace agate, pictured here.

Liz Tylecki-Kuniej from FantaSea Jewelry STX  created this beautiful
pendant from this crazy lace agate cabochon. It is paired with a garnet  and citrine, in hand forged Sterling silver. I think she did an incredible job on this piece. I visited her web site, and I have to say, her work is stunning.

Artist, Liz Tylecki, once a fashion designer whose travels took her from Chicago to New York City, is now a full-time resident of the Virgin Islands. Her inspiration flows from her love of the ocean and her passion for sea turtles.

In her free time, she volunteers during sea turtle nesting season, working with the various leatherback, hawksbill and green turtles who visit the island’s shores.

Visit FantaSea Jewelry STX