Sep 7, 2018

Long overdue update

Ahhhh ... I know I know ... it's been way too long. I should update the blog with some of my newer art pieces. I realized with all these newer social media platforms like Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook  etc... many people aren't too keen on reading long winded writings anymore, instead we are now more akin to "feast the eyes" on images after images. I think I too have turned to the dark side preferring instant gratification at most times. Nonetheless I do still love reading when I am presented with a bit more me-time and when the mood is right. How about you? Do you find yourself scrolling through images more now? Or do you still prefer to dwell and daydream in the written word?

Anyhow, here are some of my work that hasn't been posted here yet.


Dark Matter

Echoes from the Past


Legend - Palmsize Journal

the Weaver

the Seeker

Lady in the Mirror

Emma & Killian

Embrace Life

the Watcher

Rust and Heart

New Beginnings - Gaia

New Beginnings - Universe

Also, I am delighted and humbled that my work has been featured in the Belle Armoire Jewelry Magazine Autumn 2018 Issue. They are out in the newstands in the US as I speak! Thank you so much Stampington & Co. for this opportunity! I haven't received my copy yet, but a lovely art sister Marlene Kazor Quigley, was able to snap some photos of my article for me :)

Have a great weekend all! I know I will :)


  1. Much as I love eye-candy, I also want to know more about the artwork, such as the artist's inspiration. :-)

  2. Glad to see the post. Glad I have an RSS feed so I did not miss it.

  3. Dear Luthien,
    Your artwork amazes me and yes, is a feast for my eyes! Each piece you have shown here is as exquisite as it is so interesting and unique.
    Thank you so very much for taking the time to write and share this post as I am a early morning blog reader. With my hot coffee next to me, i love to peruse the pages of other bloggers and be awed and inspired! Again,thank you!
    And lastly,but not in the least huge congratulations on your being published! What a thrill for you!I understand completely why Stampington would choose your jewelry to add to their magazine!Good for you!
    Hoping your weekend is full of inspiration! ")
    Jackie xo

  4. I too enjoy reading blog posts. Lovely work as usual!!

  5. Hi LT - I know what you say about the word poor platforms. I must say I still like to see more of what other artists are doing, hear what they are saying and enjoy the processes and accumulation of work. So I love this post with so many gorgeous LT signature pieces. Love seeing that you just continue to come up with gems. So go well, create well and continue to blog even it is time consuming. B

  6. Goodness me - its great to see your work again - I've also tried to restart my dumb little blog. It seems we are so time poor nowadays.
    Nevertheless, its great to see your stuff - You deserve the recognition you're getting for your amazing work.

    1. thank you so much Tariray!! Yes time poor is the perfect word ... sigh ...

  7. Luthien I love your work as always. I am just about to try and start blogging again having also been lured away to the convenience of FB and co., hence I'm now just having a look around to see who is about in the blogging world. It has slimmed down a lot as they have moved to FB among others. I completely understand what you mean about being swayed away to other platforms that offer more instant gratification. I can get totally lost on Pinterest, a quick pop in can turn in to eons. Sadly though I think we may be missing something with the decline in blogs, I'm rethinking FB it's brilliant for many things but I don't think much is as personal. The instant gratification means we are missing those deeper connections with the art people create. I use to love the stories you made to go with some of your pieces of art.

    1. Social media is a forever changing organism. Who knows what's in store next! with regards to the blog or fb, I think it all depends what you are looking for. I know some of my friends are still blogging simply because they enjoy the pace and the joy of writing.

  8. Lovely 😊 looking at and enjoying your work, Luthien. I too am a steampunk admirer and incorporate it in what I make or create. Your work is gorgeous! Congratulations πŸΎπŸŽˆπŸŽ‰πŸŽŠ on being recognized. I would love to hear about the mind at work behind your works of art πŸ–Ό.


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Luthien :)