Peter Stone Company: About Our Spiritual and Celtic Jewelry Artists
Peter Stone offers a wide selection of sterling silver and gold jewelry ranging from Celtic and metaphysical to dive and wildlife. Below is an introduction to some of the creative people that we’re very fortunate to have working with us. Look for detailed stories and interviews later on this blog.
Celebrated astrology and zodiac Artist Amy Zerner is a well-known fabric tapestry collage artist and was a recipient of a 1986 Visual Artist’s Fellowship from the United States National Endowment for the Arts. She is author of the book, Psychic Circle (Fireside, 1993).
One of the Internet’s most popular romantic fantasy artists, Brigid Ashwood is influenced by Celtic myth, faery legends, magic, and her Pagan spirituality. One of the many reasons for Brigid’s success is the strong connection she has with her audience. She says, “I firmly believe that the stories my pieces tell exist in the minds of the viewer – their tales cannot be known without your imagination.”
Animals are our companions, allies, teachers, totems, guardians, spirit messengers and younger siblings. Animals are the focus of Ted Andres, an internationally recognized author, storyteller, teacher and mystic and author of over 40 books. Ted performs wildlife rescue and works in wildlife rehabilitation and education.
Celebrated fantasy artist Jessica Galbreth has joined with Peter Stone Jewelry to bring you the hottest and most passionate designs of faeries, dragons, Goddesses, mermaids and much more to sparkling life.
Born and educated in Liverpool, where she still lives, Michelle has a growing reputation as a fantasy artist and illustrator. She is fascinated by the worlds of goddesses, faeries, Celtic myth and Arthurian legend. Michelle Campbell has teamed up with Peter Stone Jewelry to create a world of faeries, goddesses, dragons, pixies and Celtic myth. Now, you can experience the Enchanted World of Faerywoods.
After a long career in advertising and commercial printing Linda began a new life as a full time artist in 1999. Linda creates beautiful faeries, mermaids and other mythical creatures. Her paintings have been translated into beautiful sterling silver jewelry, plus lots more.
Jasmine Becket-Griffith has been painting full time for 10 years. She uses herself as a model for many of her paintings, and for all Gothic fans, her mystic jewelry is a must have.
Jasmine Becket-Griffith’s Web site: www.strangeling.com
Go to Jasmine Becket-Griffith’s Jewelry Collection
Maxine’s incredible detailed pieces envelope you with all the history and mysticism that they present. Her work has been compared to Beardsley, Erte, anime and graphic novelists, but her influences actually run back to ancient cultures and the Pre-Raphaelite movement of the nineteenth century. Her dynamic designs have been translated into sterling silver by Peter Stone.
Courtney is the most recognized name in Celtic art. Bourn in South Wales in 1946, he has among his accomplishments the publication of 52 published works since his first book Merlin The Immortal in 1984. Now you can own the finest Celtic jewelry line ever created, joining Courtney Davis’s masterpieces with Peter Stone’s exceptional quality.
Better known as “Graywolf”, this up and coming artist brings the beauty of her Celtic heritage to the pieces she creates for Peter Stone. Born in the Netherlands and, now, residing in Northern Ireland, Graywolf’s jewelry is the modern re-creation of her ancient ancestors’ imagery. Specializing in traditional Celtic and Pictish works, Graywolf is an award winning artist, having been granted a Moderator’s Choice Award on Elfwood (the world’s largest site for SciFi/Fantasy Art & Fiction) and a Daily Deviation Award.