The Beautiful Deceased
Curiosity vials popular with children
Entomology frames and displays that make up the bulk of my store
Close up of a hornet display made with some old wasp nest, a dead hornet and some vine wood inside a bell dome
To use as much by-product as possible in an ethical and cruelty free manner, create beautiful and respectful pieces of art or educational props for all ages to enjoy.
The natural world and nature within in, recreating nature and scenes of nature in beautiful and intriguing ways.
I use natural foraged medium as well as by product.
So first and foremost I am a taxidermist by trade, I work only with cruelty free animals, such as road traffic victims, pets and other captive animals that have come to the end of their natural life.
I make use of the fur, bone and anything else that's desirable to my followers.
I go out walking and collecting natural materials like mosses, lichen, bark, bones, feathers etc to create little dioramas of nature and incorporate beautiful butterflies and other wonders of nature.
I am flexible with my products on the day, I am happy to only bring craft pieces and not taxidermy, I have agreements with Fargo village when I do their markets to do this.
But I do bring taxidermy to Leamington markets and have a great response too, so I'm happy to discuss further.
And 10% of all profits go to wildlife rescue and rehabilitation.