Announcement   Hello, and welcome to my Etsy store! Please feel free to look around and enjoy what I have to offer. Remember, you DON'T need an Etsy account to shop my store!

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Last updated on Jan 23, 2018

Hello, and welcome to my Etsy store! Please feel free to look around and enjoy what I have to offer. Remember, you DON'T need an Etsy account to shop my store!

Christy Grandjean

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Christy Grandjean

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About

I've been an artist for as long as I can remember....

...and turned that love into a career ten years ago! With the help of my business partner, Sandra SanTara, I have been able to grow my personal business, Goldenwolf Art, into my career! I am fortunate enough to make my living this way, creating my artwork and selling it as prints (both matted and framed), art pendants, and now graphic designs such as stickers and t-shirts!

Sandra is an integral part of what I do and is also an amazing artist with her own business, Windwolf Studio. Together we do business as "Wolfsisters Creations" and we travel to many shows including sci-fi/fantasy conventions, comic/multi-media conventions, renaissance festivals, Pagan and New Age events, and public art fairs. We have a great time and love meeting all of our fans!

Check us out at www.wolfsisters.com and perhaps we will see you in person at a show soon!

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  • Christy Grandjean

    Owner, Designer

    I am the artist known on the internet as Goldenwolf. My art is a unique blend of fantasy, whimsy, and mystical visions. I use traditional media including watercolor, colored pencils, and acrylics. Welcome to my Etsy shop!

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Last updated on Jun 4, 2018
Frequently asked questions
What is Matting?

Matting is a colorful pressed paper board that is used to present and frame the print/art piece. It is backed with a sturdy foam board. Together they not only present the artwork well, but it helps keep it flat and protect it. Usually framers will use some kind of matting with the frame of choice. You can see an example of matting here: http://www.goldenwolfen.com/images/print_types.jpg
And an example of a double matted and framed piece here: http://www.goldenwolfen.com/images/SacredWaters_Framed.jpg