The "silver bullet" of werewolf myths was part of the inspiration behind this piece.
The .40 caliber brass shell holds a bullet of sea colored blue tourmaline. Also called indicolite, this stone is believed to help the wearer destress and ensures a speedy recovery from emotionally draining confrontations.
10 mm blue-green tourmaline bullet cabochon, .40 caliber brass shell. Sterling wire bail. 18 inch sterling snake chain.
Hello all! My name is Andrea Trenbeath, a free-lance artist and book illustrator currently working out of Tacoma, WA. You will find the mediums in which Ive worked with to be remarkably varied; Paintings in oil, watercolor, and acrylic, drawings in charcoal, pencil, and colored pencil, and even some jewelry and sculptures. Subject matter is equally varied, ranging from landscapes, animals, and people to mythology and fantasy, all portrayed in a myriad assortment of moods. Please note that although I am representing some of my older metal and ceramic pieces, I am no longer working with these mediums at this time. I have not permanently abandoned metal and sculpture; however, I am currently re-focusing my attention on 2 dimensional art. I hope to upload new paintings within the next several months. These future works will much darker in subject matter than most of the works currently being displayed here: a combination of surrealism and expressionism. Prints of several of the paintings displayed here are available for purchase at http://lupingoddess.deviantart.com/store/?offset=0