Broken fragments of beauty, medals, Mexican Milagros,Roman Intaglios and carved treasures all handcrafted into resin blanks ready for you to create and fill your treasure chest with timeless beauties and stories from your own journeys to the past.
Filling my treasure chest is a work in progress, just like Dreams take time, I keep projects on a special table in my studio where I sit and work on them off and on as time permits me too. As soon as I finish one piece, that piece inspires me for another. Like I said,... on going process, which I love. There is also a Relics and Artifacts Tribe on Facebook. The inspiration there is overflowing and the members are so encouraging and supportive of one another. This will be a little bit of a long post but I will add a few interesting notes about each one.
This particular piece is a combination of one of The Flaming Hearts from the Rising Spirit Archival Cast and The Regalis. I love the combination of the two. I am pretty sure this piece was owned by a Knight!
I painted it with several different colors to achieve the different hues and then added Teal and Copper Mica Powders by Finnabair.
I had in my supply from Retro Cafe Art Gallery some of the Dresden Foil circles and different shapes and I cut them up to use as I needed on each piece. They just add to the regal look.
them so desirable for jewelry.They are associated with old Egypt which used the scarab for important religious symbols and they have been worshiped in various ways from prehistory.
This is another of my favorites I created combining different pieces together. The body is from the Regalis Archival Cast and the flame and eye from the Rising Spirit Archival Cast. I wanted to make this one look more like carved stone because of all the beautiful detail on it.
Nothing sweeter than a Guardian Angel. This is a combination of two pieces glue together from the Regalis Archival Cast. I added brass wings that I cut in half and glued in the middle before putting together. Since each piece had a ring to add a necklace, I added a rosary necklace to one and a found jewelry piece to the other.
The angel on top is a antique porcelain doll found in a ruin in Germany.
Sandra Evertson said this one reminded her of Mercury... so I looked him up. Mercury (mythology).
Mercurius (Hermes) - The God of financial gain, commerce, messages/communication, travelers,boundries, luck, trickery and thieves. I love it.