Friday, August 28, 2009

Free Graphics and T-Shirts Available Soon

Coming Soon....

Byrum Art will be making T-Shirts available with our art on (Click on the shirts for a larger image of the art!
Also larger Prints of our Haunted Houses will be available!

Will be available for your use for comments on 9-15-2009!! We have created a gallery of comments using a selection of our most popular prints.

We Are The Featured Artists on SEHA Blog

We are proud to be the Featured Artist on the SEHA Blog this month!!!

A wonderful group of Halloween Artists ~ Be sure and visit their Blog!!


Monday, August 24, 2009

Byrum Art's Newest Witchy Listings

Byrum Art's Newest Listings on Ebay ~ Click Here!!!!

A beautiful one of a kind Walnut Box, Haunted Hay Rides Sign, original painting and cameo necklaces!! Be sure to fly by and take a l@@k!!!!

The Society of Electic Halloween Artists Ebay Group is having a mass listing starting on 8/25 so be sure and so a search on Ebay with SEHA in the search to see awesome Halloween art by some of Ebay's finest Halloween artists!!

Friday, August 21, 2009

A Fanciful Twist is having a Halloween Party!!

This is one party you must not miss! Don't miss Vanessa's Blog either! It is just devine!

She is so creative and special, be sure to check her out!!

Thursday, August 20, 2009

Yay Another Award!!!!!!!!!

I have received another wonderful Award!!!
What a great way to start the day!!!

This one came from Jeanne of The Candy Corn Chronicles

The Bella Sinclair Award is for friendship, sisterhood, sharing and caring! Thank you Jeanne!

Now I am to pass this wonderful award to five other wonderful bloggers...

1. Sarah of Cottage Garden Studios
2. Heather of Witch Hollow Primitives
3. Cat of Electic Season Primitives
4.Chris of Prim Country Farms
5.Cindy of Shabby Hag Decor

I updated this because I just read this on Sarah's page! This award was created by Bella's dear friend Ces. This is so special it must accompany the award in my opinoin.

In Ces's words..."I designed this award to celebrate art in the blogs and to honor the value of friendship, sisterhood, sharing and caring. It is to be awarded to the gifted, accomplished, eloquent and talented blogger whose friendship and influence inspire us to do our best. That I named it after Bella Sinclair is because she epitomizes all of these things. She is an inspiration to many of us."

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Ouija Board and Beautiful, Ornate Candelabra

Byrum Art has some new Goodies listed on Ebay this week! To see either of the items shown here just click on the image.

Another Award!!!!!!!!!! Woo Hoo!!!

The Domestic Witch Award

I love what she says on her page "Weaving magic into domestic life."

That is what I try to do and have for as long as I can remember! I always felt there was something magickal about a single flower in a vase, a candle lit, christmas lights, bows on a pretty package, the simple little things like a butterfly flying by, the first daffodil in the spring. There is Magick all around us all the time! Why not make our life's a little magickal? Nature is our greatest teacher.

So...when I finally opened my eyes and saw Sarah had given me this award day ago I was delighted to find this "Domestic Witch". Her blog is wonderful so be sure and check it out. I love this award!! Thank you Sarah!!!

It is for Achievement in Magical Housecrafting

The rules are simple enough~

If you've been bestowed The Domestic Witch Blog Award:

~ Pass the award on to 3 blogs about Domestic Witchery that you really enjoy.

~ Include the award in your blog post.

~ Link the nominees within your post.

~ Don't forget to mention the person who gave you the award.

~ Let your chosen winners know that they received The Domestic Witch Blog Award by commenting on their blog.

So to a my special Domestic Witchy Friends I will pass it on to..

Heather of Witch Hollow Primitives

Jeanne of The Candy Corn Chronicles

Lynda of Haunted Swamp Designs

Saturday, August 15, 2009

Carnival Comes To Town

Carnival Comes To Town

Ahhhh the wonderful smell of cotton candy, popcorn popping, a cool breeze and the sound of children laughing, screaming, screeching, running, playing. Carnival Workers shouting "3 Balls for $1.00", "Win the lovely lady a prize". The colored lights are amazing as the rides go round, up and down, sideways and upside down, children squealing in delight! Everyone loves the Carnival! Ours comes to town once a year when we have our Annual Civil War Re-enactment! Set up on the ground around our beautiful Spring that flow nine million gallons of fresh spring water an hour forming a 10 acre lake! The best event all summer!! We headed out Friday Night for the rides and to see all our neighbors and business owners in
our little Tourist Town. Mammoth Spring, Arkansas

Friday, August 14, 2009

Byrum Art's Newest Listings on Ebay

Byrum Art's Listings for This Week include a Vintage Style Witch and Ron's First Halloween Haunted House of the Halloween 2009 Season! We will be listing Originals every week until Christmas. Be sure to book mark us so you don't miss out on all the new paintings this season!! To see either of these click here!! Both of these paintings are SOLD!!

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Wishcasting Wednesday

Wish Casting Wednesday

This week Jamie asks us to answer the question "What door do you wish to open" I really enjoyed reading Sarah''s response to the question! Most of the time I feel more like a little girl traveling through this world afraid of what might be behind the curtain this time. My life has been a journey of disappointments and triumphs and everything in between. I wish with all my heart to open the door to being strong enough to turn into a wise woman who is capable of forgiveness, compassion and love. One who does not react out of fear. Fear has been my constant companion since I realized life included pain and loss and disappointment. I would like to open the door to a different view of life, one of magickal healing and the wonder an innocent child has. To let go of the past and live in the present and let the future take care of itself! To learn from the wonderful women I have met online who have taught me I am not alone, there are many of us traveling this path called life. We can help each other by extending our hand of friendship and offering up prayers and sending energy to each other. And yes Sarah when necessary we can be warriors, we already are or we wouldn't have made it so far.

Monday, August 10, 2009


I think as artists our feelings sometimes can't be put in words but instead through a brush we paint our thoughts, our inner most feelings. This painting has always spoke to me of devotion and unconditional love. The innocence of the little colt Unicorn and the trust it has put in the fairy. I watched a movie this week end called "The Colt". It was a Hallmark movie about a Civil War soldier and his experiences after to his surprise the Mare he rode gave birth to a colt. He was totally surprised and his commanding officer ordered him to kill the colt because it would be a distraction. Long story short the soldier could not kill the little colt and neither could his commanding officer so they made him their mascot. All through the movie I just knew they were going to kill the colt. I sat on the edge of my seat every time the colt was in danger. In the end the colt gets hung up on a rock by his lead in a fast moving stream. His owner immediately drops his gun and risks his own life to save the colt. The enemy on the other side sees the colt struggling to keep his head above water and to the amazement of all the soldiers involved drop his weapon and helps the other soldier save the colt. All is well, the colt has caused emotion that no one expected, proving the soldiers were capable of love. Just as I was about to be content with the ending a lone shooter shots and kills the colt's owner. The movie ends with the soldier lying on the ground and the colt and Mare standing above him and I cried like a baby. It effected me so profoundly I was surprised. Ron told me "Sherry its just a movie, its not real." I was angry the movie ended in this manner so I've thought all week end what was the writer trying to express, why did he end it like that? The only thing I can come up with is that the Soldier had accomplished something unheard of by his devotion to the little colt and love had overcome, just for a moment, love had won. I like to believe that it is possible to have a world where love always wins.

Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Wishcasting Wednesday

Wishcasting Wednesday

*What Do You Wish To Make Room For? is the Wish Prompt given by Jamie Ridler.

For me my first reaction to this question was more time with my family, I live in Arkansas and they live in Texas approximately 550 miles from me. I do not see them enough! I wish it was possible for me to see them more. I have three lovely granddaughters and I know I am missing out watching them grow, play and on a lot of joy. I wish with all my heart in the future it is possible for
me to see them more often!

Newest Listings on Ebay

Byrum Art ~ Newest Listings on Ebay!!!! SOLD!!

Special this week 3 Prints for $30 and free shipping!!