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Forgotten Boneyard
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'Arachne' I used bones from at least 10 different species including macaque monkey, cat, snapping turtle, boa constrictor, deer, raccoon, opossum, porcupine, and wild turkey. This is a large piece, maybe too large to ship, but I plan to bring it to Horrorhound Weekend in Cincinnati next month if anyone is interested in seeing it in person.
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ATTENTION! Due to lack of activity I will no longer post updates on this page unless they are very important. I am active daily on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr so just search any of those 4 networks for Forgotten Boneyard and you will find me. You can also reach me by email at forgottenboneyard@gmail.com

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Card #2 of 10 from my Rorschach inkblot test inspired series. Available now at www.forgottenboneyard.com #arachnophobia 
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Real skulls and vertebrae hourglass. Just listed at www.forgottenboneyard.com
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A few of my favorite bone articulation projects of 2014... thank you all for another amazing year! 
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This year saw the loss of an artist that has inspired my work more than any other, the great HR Giger. I made this Facehugger piece 'Parasitoid' last year as a tribute to his incredible vision, bringing us some of the most original creatures and beautiful landscapes. There will never be another like him. 
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'Time Will Tell' This has to be one of my favorite projects of the year. This repurposed antique mantle clock is a collaboration between Jana @bonelust_studio Miller (www.bonelust.etsy.com) and I.

Behind the glass door is a beautiful arrangement straight from Jana's popular 'Natural Relics' line of jewelry.

The 5.5" diameter allowed for her to create a gorgeous display using 100% naturally and locally found specimens. From a mummified Mediterranean Gecko and Southern Toad, to dried insects, lichen, and fungi. This has to be seen to be appreciated.

I created 3 flowers in full bloom using small mammal bones and Alligator Gar (armored fish) scales, each one roughly 2.5 inches in diameter. These and two other budding vines seem to grow naturally around the antique clock face.

The photo truly doesn't do this justice. Both Jana and I really had fun going all out on this one and it shows. Completely original and a great display of each of our artistic styles. Available now at www.forgottenboneyard.com check there for more pics and info.
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Audrii ingens had a lot of photo ops at Spooky Empire in Orlando last month. Those that saw it online were surprised by how large this beast really is. At over 3 feet tall it is too large to ship so I will continue showing this piece in person next year. I'm out of town the next several days, any orders placed now through Sunday will ship Monday, Dec 1st. Have a good weekend! 
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Jellyfish I made with small mammal bones, sold one year ago.
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'Bone Orchid' Made as a gift for @bonelust_studio just over a year ago.
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