Using paper containing text from Edgar Allen Poe’s iconic poem, I’ve layered the simple silhouette of a raven into resin to create this statement ring. It’s the perfect accessory on a rainy day…of which we’ve had many, as of late.
I do hope you enjoy!
It’s that time again: time to alter all the Altoid tins! Or at least a few of them. And I’ve been doing just that.
So to kick off this tin-altering season, I have for you my Edgar Allan Poe tin – with nods to at least four of his most notable works. Not an easy thing in such tight real estate! I hope you enjoy.
So, way back in 2011 I had a tentative plan for my version of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Here is the completed version. Sorry it only took me three years!
“Sacred Heart of Jesus” by Kim Vandapool
I am realizing that I am utterly obsessed with Venetian masks. This is probably due to my childhood experience with painting and decorating small versions of them as a craft. But these days I just find them mesmerizing to stare at…maybe because they stare back? What ever it is, I think I could easily become a collector and have a whole
room wall covered with them. I know – creepiness!
“Mask” by Kim Vandapool