Halloween Art / The Official website of The Annual Halloween Art Exhibit
Greetings and welcome to my Happy Dark Corner of the World! I am Angela Ryer, owner of A Ryer Studio. I specialize in creating my own line of Halloween Themed X-Mas Ornaments. I am also a Photographer and I find myself painting my own images on Canvas. I am very much self taught in what I do. Some people create just one particular thing, but not me! There are so many cool things out there in this world to try out, so why pigeon hole yourself to just one thing I ask you??
Why Halloween Ornaments?? Because Halloween has always been one of my most favorite times of the year! I always look to find Halloween Ornaments in stores, but was always disappointed by what I found. I'm more of a Horror Traditionalist. I have loved classic horror my entire life and I set about creating the ornaments *I* wanted!
Why Cemetery Paintings?? Because I love old historic cemeteries where history, art, natural beauty and love literally stand the test of time!
I want to capture that natural beauty and love in my artwork!
I hope you will find something that makes you happy and feeds your love of the dark here in my store!
If you have ANY questions, comments or requests, please, by all means message me!
If you need more than just one item that is offered in this store, please let me know! I do have mulitples of my ornaments. But PLEASE KEEP IN MIND ALL ORNAMENTS ARE INDIVIDUAL WORKS OF ART ON THEIR OWN!! NO TWO ARE EXACTLY ALIKE!
I would like to also let you know that about my Facebook Page for my Store!
The best place to get updates on all the goings on at A Ryer Studio and when I post new items (or reinstate something expired)! Would love to have you join in!
Please visit: http://www.facebook.com/ARyerStudio
Also to read a recent article about my work (by someone I've never met, but *Got Me* and what I do for myself) please visit : http://www.zombiecatproductions.com/?p=5678
Leave a comment for her! She did an AWESOME job! What a great surprise that was!
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