Stores that Carry My Work
States listed alphabetically & cities within states also listed alphabetically:
The Occult Bookstore
Life Force Arts Center
Witchy Wearables (Midlothian)
Sanctuary Crystals (Alsip)
The Shamanic Vine
Mystic Moon LLC
Triple Goddess Bookstore
Mystic Mountain Gifts
Eye of Horus
Sacred Paths Center
Showcases the work of Dream Weaver Productions and of Animal X-- a costumer’s costumer whose extraordinary thematic costumes have been winning awards for over 20 years. I first discovered her work in a (rare) book called The Costume-Maker’s Art, so it was quite a thrill to meet her at Faerieworlds 2005 and pose in character with her a year later. (“We could be Titania and Oberon!” she told me.) In addition to selling original design faerie wings and ears and costume accessories via “The Faerie Citadel” (Caer Sidhe, her online store); Animal and friends present interactive theatrical offerings involving puppets, stories, mechanical devices, and mythical whimsy-- including the Enchanted Wagon (a gypsy wagon atop a mechanical turtle) and “Dragon Scales and Faerie Tales,” a play for children.
For art/photographic models, photographers, costumers, makeup artists, hairstylists and others wishing to network both professionally and personally. It’s amazing to see what kinds of work people do here, and I hear this is one of the best online resources to get connected with models for art photography or for models to promote themselves.
Comprehensive and well organized site for a variety of creative professionals from fine arts and performance to intellectual properties and promotions. The search features and internal networking structures are particularly outstanding.
Etsy is quietly promoting a revolution for artisans and crafters of all kinds. This extremely user-friendly site allows merchants to set up personal shops somewhat like eBay, although the resemblance stops there. For shoppers, Etsy.com provides many fun and handy ways to browse or search for unique items unavailable anywhere else (for instance, you can do searches by “color” or “theme” in a way that brings up results that are to the point, no tedious digging in search results.) There is also a direct and more intimate contact with the seller than is possible on sites like eBay. For the merchant, Etsy.com offers an attractive way to sell their wares at fair prices for an unbelievably low per-item fee. Etsy is rapidly generating a vibrant community and strong support.Two friends of mine are already on it (Search for “Dancing Jems” (jewelry) and “Magickal Realism” (perfumes)
My brilliant and talented web designer: creator of the Cosmic Tribe Tarot. His trendsetting visionary figurative style has been seen everywhere for many years.
Tonya Kayos teaches you poi spinning and fire spinning!
Carnivalia offers a wide selection of strange designs, including fortune telling and altar tools, signboards, sculpture, boxes, books, fine art, and more.
"Post-tribal shamanism and adventures into larger worlds...." Massage, workshops, training, ritual design, and writings from Kenn Day/Deigh-- back in the 1990s Kenn was editor of MEZLIM magazine to which I contributed both art and writings. MEZLIM was one of the best magical periodicals of recent times: unafraid to venture forth and explore profound and mysterious issues. Kenn continues this spirit in his private work.
Original visionary designs and museum replicas of votive figurines, altar statuary, and wall plaques of ancient mythic archetypes-- Goddesses and Gods, Elementals, Mythical Beasts, etc. Also books and original jewelry. Oberon Zell's "Millenial Gaia" is their most well-known and popular work. (Oberon told me at one point that his beautiful statue of Eros was inspired by seeing my painting of this deity.)