A Native of Jackson Hole Wyoming, Scout has enjoyed natural and spiritual beauty her entire life. Following in the footsteps of her beloved father, Scout is passionate about the many benefits that her original jewelry gives to her loyal customers.
Scout has been designing and creating Jewelry in the Salt Lake City area for the past 5 years, offering jewelry created from healing natural stones and crystals.
Marianne has always loved art and jewelry, but did not set out to be an artist. Typical thinking in a traditional Greek family was to have some type of marketable skill. Therefore she went to college majored in Business Management and worked as computer network consultant. Eventually, working in a technical field was no longer fulfilling, so she decided to pursue her creative side.
Periodically she suffered from depression and learned to turn to symbols for guidance in healing her perceived deficiencies. Those symbols became a powerful force for her. When she decided to pursue her full time art career, she knew she wanted her creations to illicit the same response in the people who bought her art and jewelry.
Invoking healing and growth is one of her main focuses and hopes you can be inspired to grow and heal as well.
Ernie is a professional, creative and artistic
gemstone wire wrapper.
He creates beautiful and amazing gemstone jewelry, trees, flowers, crystal wands and more. Each piece of gemstone wire wrapped jewelry is unique and becomes an original and beautiful piece of artwork. Ernie infuses each wire wrapping with peace, love and light to create a beautiful vibration of positive energy.
Inspirations for Peace
Ruffles & Rox
Welcome to Ruffles & Rox ***--___--***
We are your Omnipath Extraordinaires for Now & Forever We make Magik, the Good Kind :) Potent-Powerful-Pleasing-Potions of Perfection
Feathery, crystals and magik armor abound!
We work by the moon, and for the highest good of all.
Myndy is a psychic, apothecary Goddess and creator of magical items and spells.
She has been working with the nature and faery spirits for over 8 years, cultivating magic, memories, healings and memories for all who work with her, or use her products.
Her connection to the Divine Source is Infinite and Abundant, and her life mission is to heal the planet with Love, loving our shadows and working with them is of the upmost importance to our natural balance of health and happiness.
Linda Dalton Walker
Linda Dalton Walker
I decided that if I could paint that flower on a huge scale, you could not ignore its beauty.
Local oil painter, Linda Dalton Walker, attended the University of Utah and gained artistic knowledge in abstract art and an understanding of color from artists such as Nel Ivancich and John Erickson. She continued her artistic training under Kamille Corry, who studied at the Florence Academy in Italy. This intensive training in Kamille’s Atelier was the catalyst Linda needed to develop her art to the level she desired. As one looks at Dalton’s art you can observe the abstract and realistic training she has undergone.
“There are many images that tug at my heart strings. I’m often haunted by an image until I am able to replicate that vision onto paper. In the past I intensively researched and painted images dealing with the Divine Feminine. Recently, while taking in the beauty and aroma of the rose garden at Santa Barbara’s Mission, I leaned in to smell one of the roses and was struck by an inner beauty I had been overlooking. Overcome with emotion I felt a spiritual pull toward the roses. Painting roses had never entered my mind, but at that moment I saw them in a completely different light and knew they would soon be on my easel. Once back in my SLC studio, I examined my photos even closer by zooming in to the core of the rose. Abstract shapes and vibrant colors soon filled the canvases in my studio.
I believe it is the artist’s role to enhance the world the viewer sees by providing a different perspective. Additionally, I also believe that it is our charge, as artists, to help the viewer observe the natural world around them, take notice of what they would normally overlook, and in turn be better guardians for our environment. Presented with these ideals in mind, art can help them ponder, wonder, and come away with a different point of view.”