LuluRedshoes

Altars, Shrines, Niches, Display Cases, Assemblage Art

Pensacola, Florida · 28 Sales

LuluRedshoes

Altars, Shrines, Niches, Display Cases, Assemblage Art

Pensacola, Florida 28 Sales On Etsy since 2010

5 out of 5 stars
(17)

Announcement   New Orleans religious icons, folk art style assemblage art: one-of-a-kind, made from found objects. Shrines, memory boxes re-purposed from vintage clock cases.

This is a smoke free home. I do have several recycled cats, but they don't smoke either. They do dance, yodel, and create a ruckus at night, however. I suspect the prissy white female wears my best pearls under cover of darkness.

What can one do with a prima donna feline?

Stay awhile and browse, ask questions. . .enjoy your day!

My dot com is www.luluredshoes.com and will bring you to my Etsy shop.

And. . . ya'll come back!

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Last updated on Dec 14, 2017

New Orleans religious icons, folk art style assemblage art: one-of-a-kind, made from found objects. Shrines, memory boxes re-purposed from vintage clock cases.

This is a smoke free home. I do have several recycled cats, but they don't smoke either. They do dance, yodel, and create a ruckus at night, however. I suspect the prissy white female wears my best pearls under cover of darkness.

What can one do with a prima donna feline?

Stay awhile and browse, ask questions. . .enjoy your day!

My dot com is www.luluredshoes.com and will bring you to my Etsy shop.

And. . . ya'll come back!

Lulu Redshoes

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Lulu Redshoes

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About

What does one do in a 24 foot long travel trailer when your art supplies are in another state?

Actually, I was a published and produced writer (fiction, copy writing, writing gigs) but found myself staring at the walls when displaced by a hurricane named Katrina with no computer and no writing supplies. They were back in New Orleans growing mildew and falling apart.

Not having much space to work in a small travel trailer, I began making art dolls using found objects - - and found that doing so saved my mental life and changed my despair into delight. Art saves lives.

I evolved from the small dolls into larger objects, and now that we're resettled into a home there's room (a whole room) for found and interesting objects, mannequins, bird houses, old wooden boxes, and "stuff". I particularly am drawn to blessed things belonging to different religions like vintage statues, rosaries, distressed shrines, and even old voodoo dolls.

Everything has a history with found objects, but that history is a mystery in most cases - I love that.

Take care, and may you make happy art.

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  • Lulu Redshoes

    Owner, Maker, Artist - Writer

    I'm offering the altered cases with or without the statues -- I'll be listing more icons individually soon so that you have more choices. . . of course, you may wish to display your own statues, icons, photos or mementos. X0X0 Lulu Redshoes

Production partners

  • Bracelet Maker

    West Pensacola, FL

    Lukie makes all the loom bracelets; he can make matching rings for you, also, or party favors.

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