|My first watercolor painting in YEARS and it turned out perfect! I used watercolors, India ink, and colored pencils on cold press watercolor paper. Prints are available!|
|I've been making macrame jewelry for 20 years now, and have no intention of stopping. It started as a curiousity, moved into a hobby, and now an obsession. My work is contemporary, made for the modern person. I do occasionally make things for those in the hippie family, but rarely. I prefer to make things that aren't even truly recognizable as macrame. Many people have told me they didn't even realize it is, but instead thought it was wire jewelry or something else entirely.|
It's amazing the way a simple twist, turn, or knot can change the entire look of a single item. Imagination and creation...lovers they truly be.
If you're interested in purchasing my work I have an etsy shop you can visit:
Nay-Nay Macrame Custom Jewelry for the Custom Soul
Commission and Trade info can be found here
|Just my latest work, ranging from stock photograph to paintings, crafts, and other mediums. I work in a wide variety of mediums to help prevent burnout and add a bit more variety.|
Due to arthritis in my right wrist my jewelry work is on hold indefinitely. I'm currently working on writing and painting. I do sell prints of my traditional art and accept writing prompts. My writing is currently Dragon Age fanfiction to improve my skills and find my style. Please check out my AO3 page (link below) to see what I've written.|
Prints can be found on my Fine Art America page.
I have a few tumblr pages. Blushing in Thedas and Another Day for Chaosfay are my two most active.
My AO3 page: archiveofourown.org/users/chao…
My FanFiction page: www.fanfiction.net/~chaosfay
My 8tracks page: 8tracks.com/chaosfay
"Words come out, things get said, events happen." ~my husband describing me
To Thomson, From Hoffman
To William Thomson
From Jack Hoffman
Tuesday, July 31st, 1954
I hope this letter finds you in good health. I am pleased to tell you that I am still alive, and in good health, with a rather amazing tale to tell you. I would have contacted you sooner, but this is the first Ive been to civilization in weeks. Let me start by saying that our guide, Tkikyat, is not to have been trusted. The reason why will follow.
As Im sure you remember, after you injured your leg, the guide and myself went out to find more wildlife for me to sketch. After a few hours hard trek, we took a rest in a small area, sheltered from the sun by some trees. It was around here, that I first spotted an amazing creature. It was a fairy! And the poor thing was wounded by a small tiger cub that had pinned it down. I threw a rock at the cub and scared it off. The fairy was attempting to scramble away from me, saying something in the language of the natives. I knelt down and gently picked it up against its