Stories and experiences Inspired by the untamed elegance all around us.
This is not a large whitetail buck. However, he is a VERY important one. Not to just one person but to an entire family. And the most important beaded skull art piece I have ever had the privilege of creating. This project is in memory of Devon Kurzhals.
Believe it or not, some people think beaded skulls are a morbid or grotesque concept and cannot image why anyone would want such a thing in their house. However, all creation has beauty even after the life cycle ends. This Autumn Leaves story attempts to convey the perspective of the beauty and untamed elegance of beaded skulls. Enjoy!
Spending time with family is always special. And one-on-one time with grandchildren is even better, especially when you enjoy the same things. I loved it when granddaughter, Zoe asked if she could bead something with me!
A while back when my Aunt Sandy Bergman saw some pictures of Blue Moon Shadow, she made a very nice comment then asked jestingly, “Wonder how he feels being decorated in jewels!” Being silly I replied, “He feels marvelous darling!” However, I later thanked my Aunt for making me truly in my heart think about…