|A small selection of some of my more recent works. Please see my gallery for more, as well as my Etsy at thegreenwolf.etsy.com for currently available pieces. I am available for custom work as well--just note me!|
|Over the years I have been asked to create a variety of custom pieces. These have ranged everywhere from wall hangings unique to the buyer to one of a kind leather and fur pouches, and then some! Plus further down the page you'll see some projects that I can pretty easily customize. Here are a few things to keep in mind when requesting custom work:|
What do I want (pouch, bone knife, antler runes/ogam, etc?)
How much do I want to pay? (This is VERY important, as it gives me an idea of how elaborate I can get and what sort of materials I can use. Also, I can suggest certain options for slightly higher or lower price brackets.)
What do I want it made of?
What size do I want the project to be?
What colors do I want incorporated?
What other decorations do I want?
Is there a particular theme/animal/etc. I want?
Do I have a particular timeframe or deadline I need this by?
If interested, please feel free to note me! More information on custom work can be found here: www.thegreenwolf.com/custom.ht…
Hey, everybody! So Curious Gallery 2015 WILL be happening! However, if you want to get your wunderkammer dose sooner than that, we’ve been invited by the organizers of Portland GEAR Con to run a cabinet of curiosities-inspired track this year! GEAR Con, Portland’s one and only steampunk convention, will be happening July 4-6, 2014 at the Portland, OR Doubletree Hotel, and will be featuring a variety of entertainment, programming, vendors, and more. Not sure what steampunk is? GEAR Con is holding a one-day preview sampler onSunday, April 27, at the Doubletree Exhibition Hall, the same place Curious Gallery happened (more info at pdxgearcon.com/preview-gear-co…)
So what are we looking for programming-wise? Panels, workshops and other programming reminiscent of what we featured at Curious Gallery are welcome, and of course you’re encouraged to weave in the steampunk influence as well. What happens, for example, when steampunk and taxidermy meet? How might a cabinet full of Victorian medical equipment and specimens inspire tales of another world where tinctures and strange devices are the height of working medicine? Do cabinets of curiosity have to be all about the “real world”, or can you create one based on the brass-and-gears science fiction of steampunk?
These are just a few of the ideas you could run with–your creativity’s the limit! If you would like to be a presenter at GEAR Con (whether in our wunderkammer track or not), the programming submission form is located atpdxgearcon.com/programming/ – if you want to run an idea by the organizers to see how they like it, their email is firstname.lastname@example.org