WoebegoneArt

The curious paintings & heirloom dolls of Diana Crites

West Linn, Oregon · 61 Sales

WoebegoneArt

The curious paintings & heirloom dolls of Diana Crites

West Linn, Oregon 61 Sales On Etsy since 2009

5 out of 5 stars
(32)

Announcement   If you are drawn towards art which is symbolic, dreamy, and luminous in a dark and delightful way, then you have come to the right place.

My work has been described as
"where Lovecraft meets Poe",
"a delightful trip through the looking glass", and
"something from another world."

I handcraft each piece with obsessive detail from the inside out, because my art is my passion.

For more information and a catalog of past work, please visit www.woebegoneart.com.

Announcement

Last updated on Jan 1, 2017

If you are drawn towards art which is symbolic, dreamy, and luminous in a dark and delightful way, then you have come to the right place.

My work has been described as
"where Lovecraft meets Poe",
"a delightful trip through the looking glass", and
"something from another world."

I handcraft each piece with obsessive detail from the inside out, because my art is my passion.

For more information and a catalog of past work, please visit www.woebegoneart.com.

Diana Crites

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Reviews

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5 out of 5 stars
(32)
Cappy Sue

Cappy Sue on Feb 10, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

Have been a collector of smaller works from this artist for years. This is a stunning work that lights up my wall. It has such a presence I am thrilled to have it in my home. Seller is great as well with communication and shipping. Could not be happier and would recommend seller to anyone.

Cappy

Cappy on Dec 15, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

Simply beautiful work. As always great communication and speedy shipping. This is a quality work I look forward to displaying with my other work from this artist.

Anonymous on Sep 29, 2010

5 out of 5 stars

Absolutely GORGEOUS. Love it love it love it.

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Updates

Some new listings in my shop, including this majestic, full-size dragon doll. I've also moved some new items to the sale section. Please come visit my shop and look around sun_with_face PS I'm always available for questions!

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Ram skull doll in progress, posing here next to the completed deer skull doll. They roll make an intriguing couple, don't you think? I'm concurrently working on a two-headed bearded dragon skull mini doll.
New Little Bits of Woe mini doll in progress. This will be a gothic gentleman to match the deer skull lovely lady already listed in my shop.
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About

I tend to see things a little differently

When you see things differently, this can earn you ostracism or derision. But if you are very lucky, that same unique perspective can be channeled into your art, opening doors to worlds previously unseen.

As a somber and lonely child, I would draw a world that suited me. Little pieces of pop culture I filed away as important markers, markers that developed into strong influences: The Addams Family and The Munsters, the fantastical narrative illustrations of Maurice Sendak and Edward Gorey, the paintings of Night Gallery and Disney's The Haunted Mansion.

These days, I am blissfully surrounded by a world influenced by my vision. It is a delight to make real the snippets and dreams and stories that get caught in my mind: turning canvas into dreamscape, pairing impossible partners, sculpting a legion of unusual talismen.

Every day I am in my home studio, transforming paint and clay and fabric into new, magical curiosities. It's my pleasure to share them with you, and put my art out into the world where it is meant to take root and grow, on its own accord, changing the parameters of the familiar landscape.

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  • Diana Crites

    Owner, Creator, Dollmaker

    Contemporary artist Diana Crites, of Woebeone Art, creates an ethereal, surrealist style that blurs the boundaries between narrative and abstract vision. Her works are held in private collections worldwide.

Shop policies

Last updated on September 21, 2015
I have a passion for my art. I believe in honest, frank, and sincere art and strive to deliver the same through my customer service. Thank you for your interest.

Accepted payment methods

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Payment
I accept payment through Paypal (which also accepts credit cards without creating an account). Please complete your payment within three days of purchase. If you have any difficulty or questions with the process, send me a conversation and I'll gladly walk you through it.

Remember, your payment is due immediately. Unfortunately if I don't hear from you within three days, I will have to cancel the sale and relist the item.
Shipping
I generally ship on Tuesdays and Thursdays. If you need your item shipped more urgently, please contact me and I'll do my best to meet your request.

I primarily ship through USPS. I insure most items valued above $50, and utilize delivery confirmation (for domestic US).

I take pains to package and ship professionally and with utmost care. If you have special care instructions, please let me know as soon as possible and I will do my best to accommodate them.
Refunds and Exchanges
Should you unfortunately require a refund:

1) Returns and/or exchanges are processed on a case-by-case-basis and are available for goods which *arrive* damaged only.

- If your item arrives damaged, I will ask you to take a photograph and return it to me in the original packing if at all possible. Exchanges must be returned in their original, mint condition and in their original packaging within 7 days of arrival. Exchanges that are returned in damaged condition will not be honored.

2) Returns will not be accepted due to customs taxes, fees or duties.

3) All return shipping fees and postage costs are the responsibility of the customer.

4) Items *must* be returned in the exact condition received and when possible, in mint & re-sellable condition. If an item is returned and expected to be returned in re-sellable condition (via communication between myself and the customer) but is received damaged, not in mint condition and no longer sellable, I 'm sorry, but I cannot honor a refund.
Additional policies and FAQs
I retain all image rights. You may not reproduce my art for any purposes.

I welcome inquiries regarding professional representation and showing possibilities.