My stuff is on display at Baycon come see!!

For those of you who dont know, I have joinned forces with Jamie Morgan of the Silver Kitsune Jewelery, to create a company called Mirth & Reverence.  We have slowly be blending our work and our wares to the point where we are selling our stuff on line together at Artfire in our combined shop here: MirthReverence This weekend we are doing our first big convention as dealers!! woohoo!!

Jamie, the Wonder Partner :), has taken all of our stock and a whole lot of new stuff away to Baycon 2009 in San Jose CA. (Because of my Chemical Intolerances / MCS I cant do public stuff – so she gets the brunt of that work).  If you are in the area stop by the dealer’s/vendor’s room.  The Mirth & Reverence booth is near the back door in the corner and VERY hard to miss – here I can show you… Jamie kindly sent me a photo right after set up!

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On site we have a host of new Jewelery from Jamie – lovely necklaces with Venetian Glass, Steampunk stuff with gears and bits, more of her famous twisted rope necklaces, and new cell phone charms and earrings!

From me you get a new batch of horses all lower cost and yet amazingly still filled with attitude (funny that) Some even have wings! And I finally got around to making some of the nifty staves I have been promising!

New from both of us and ONLY for the convention, these are not going to be in our shop – Hair falls in a range of colors and sizes: Earth, Fire, Air, Water, Night, Day, – come on its’s us, of course they were going to be pagan related! :)

And for those of you looking for my high end dolls, those are at the convention as well – in the Art show on their own table. I sent down ten dolls in total including the two new steampunk dolls Lady Elizabeth and Steampunk Gaia. With them are JB the Technicolor Dream Horse, Don Colorado, Sir EJ, Wiccan Star Goddess, Wiccan Horn God, Warrior Oy, Witch Queen Oya and on loan from her new home: Hekate.

So there is lots to see and buy so come take a look.

Blessings,

Kate

For the ritual my buisness partner Jamie and I wrote for PantheaCon 2009 I set myself the challenge of crafting the main god figures for the center altar. It took a while, but i managed to get them done just in time for the convention and the ritual!

Now that ritual is over they are for sale in our Artfire shop and I can show them off here! 🙂 The awesome photos are by Jamie (of course) who now has a whole bunch of her photography up in the shop by the way!

I’ve also been doing a little bit of writing for Artfire.com’s Art Daily. So far they have posted two of my pieces. One is a short article about how to create your own beaded doll head. The other is about how to be friends with people with allergies and chemical sensitivities (like me!) I hope you’ll swing by Artfire and take a look!

Blessings,

Kate