Sunday, June 21, 2009

First Day of Summer 2009

I drove up to the High Cascades this first day of summer to renew my spirit. Here is some of what I saw and felt.

Thursday, May 28, 2009

Dragon Egg Nest

While I was out in my favorite secret Faery woods last week, I found another abandoned Dragon Egg nest! Some of these eggs are quite large! I am putting together special nesting boxes for these new eggs. I will have them up for adoption in a week or so.

Desert Oaisis - Colored Pencil

Monday, May 11, 2009

Celtic Designs

Wood Burned Celtic Knots on Treasure/Jewelry Boxes, Greeting Cards,
Dragon Eggs, Totes.

Celtic Painting - Garden Faerie - Original Design - Acrylic - SOLD


Celtic Painting - Oregon Tartan Celtic Cross

The Official Oregon Tartan was created by a friend, Rob McGregor. To honor the listing of the Oregon Tartan with the State and with the Scottish Tartan's of the World, I created the Oregon Tartan Celtic Cross. Incorporating the Elements Earth, Air, Fire and Water was my way to telling the world that Oregonians respect Mother Earth in a way not seen in many parts of the world. Recycling was introduced by Oregon decades before it became the current watchword.
This painting is 24" x 24", acrylic on canvas. It won a Blue Ribbon at the local county fair in 2008.

Celtic Painting - Make A Wish on A Star

Make a Wish on a Star!
This painting is 20" x 24", acrylic on canvas. I have created a greeting card for it as well.

Dragon Eggs

These special boxes are designed to keep your Dragon Egg safe and warm. Special nesting material cushions the egg for transportation. Eggs I have rescued range from pink and purple to blue and green, silver and gold. The boxes are 3 1/2" by 2" by 2".
Each Dragon Egg comes with the story of where it was found and an adoption certificate. $4.95 each.

Monday, May 4, 2009

Rescued Dragon Eggs

Thousands of years ago, people and dragons lived together peacefully. But people started to gather in villages and in cities and the dragons were too big to join them. The dragons started to disappear into the mountains and the deserts. The farther away the dragons got, the fewer humans saw them and pretty soon, people forgot that dragons existed. Dragons disappeared from memory, but they still existed. Dragons would sometimes show themselves to little children because children would believe in them!
Not too long ago, Lady Mugsy, while hunting for magic faery’s in the woods near her home, found a dragon nest! But the momma dragon was gone and coyotes were stealing the eggs for their babies! Lady Mugsy was sad that the coyotes were damaging such precious eggs so she rescued them and made special nesting boxes for the eggs. Now she is looking for children who still believe in dragons, who will help her keep the dragon eggs safe and warm while the eggs get ready to hatch. Dragon eggs take hundreds of years to incubate, so this will be a lifelong job! If you believe in dragons please adopt a dragon egg. Keep it safe in a room that is filled with belief and love. You will have to pass this precious package down to your own children and grandchildren before the egg is ready to hatch.
Keep your dragon egg warm and make sure to take it out of its nest carefully once a week to give it love. You will need to tell it you believe so the baby dragon knows it is safe. Take care not to drop your dragon egg, or you will have to scramble it for breakfast and that would eliminate one more dragon from the face of the earth! (And probably won’t taste very good either!)