Memphis Minnie, Queen of the Country Blues and self proclaimed “Bad Luck Woman.” Portrait with custom reliquary frame. Memphis Minnie, Queen of the Country Blues and self proclaimed “Bad Luck Woman.” Portrait with custom reliquary frame.

Memphis Minnie, Queen of the Country Blues and self proclaimed “Bad Luck Woman.” Portrait with custom reliquary frame.

"There’s a tear in my beer cause I’m crying for you dear"
Portrait of the legendary Hank Williams with custom built reliquary frame "There’s a tear in my beer cause I’m crying for you dear"
Portrait of the legendary Hank Williams with custom built reliquary frame

Another portrait of the most famous werewolf in St Pete, Michael J. Wolf. Artwork for the 2014 Burgatory festival.

horse shoe crab masks horse shoe crab masks horse shoe crab masks horse shoe crab masks
Melusine, Victorian era mount Melusine, Victorian era mount Melusine, Victorian era mount Melusine, Victorian era mount
Emerald Fiji Mermaid Emerald Fiji Mermaid
Mongolian Death Worm Mongolian Death Worm
Ningyo Mermaid (Extremely Rare)
Found in the belly of a predatory fish washed ashore on the Japanese island Ryuku. Analysis determined that the mermaid contained a potent tetrodotoxin which most likely killed its agitator. In Japanese culture a ningyo washed onto the beach is an omen of war or calamity and catching one is thought to bring great misfortune. Because of this superstition very few have been recovered by scientists.  Ningyo Mermaid (Extremely Rare)
Found in the belly of a predatory fish washed ashore on the Japanese island Ryuku. Analysis determined that the mermaid contained a potent tetrodotoxin which most likely killed its agitator. In Japanese culture a ningyo washed onto the beach is an omen of war or calamity and catching one is thought to bring great misfortune. Because of this superstition very few have been recovered by scientists.  Ningyo Mermaid (Extremely Rare)
Found in the belly of a predatory fish washed ashore on the Japanese island Ryuku. Analysis determined that the mermaid contained a potent tetrodotoxin which most likely killed its agitator. In Japanese culture a ningyo washed onto the beach is an omen of war or calamity and catching one is thought to bring great misfortune. Because of this superstition very few have been recovered by scientists. 

Ningyo Mermaid (Extremely Rare)

Found in the belly of a predatory fish washed ashore on the Japanese island Ryuku. Analysis determined that the mermaid contained a potent tetrodotoxin which most likely killed its agitator. In Japanese culture a ningyo washed onto the beach is an omen of war or calamity and catching one is thought to bring great misfortune. Because of this superstition very few have been recovered by scientists.