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Zachary Pryor’s Coastal Solstice Inspirations with Laser Octopuses, Queen Esther, Turquoise and more

 

This Winter Solstice finds me with a new love in my life and a brand new connection to the Oregon Coast. Since my trip to Seal Rock and Yachats a few weeks ago I feel that everything I have created has this sort of haunting sacredness. I thought it best to honor that by putting together a nice little photo collage. (above) In it I have featured my vintage glass and coral beaded wrapping necklace (bottom left), Corsican Breeze earrings (bottom middle), Gold & Turquoise Scarab beetle necklace (top left), Glory of Queen Esther painting (right) and my Gold & Turquoise draping chain necklace (top right) I have linked each piece for purchasing ease and be advised that all of my items on ETSY are 20% off all month. Simply enter the coupon code “holiday” when checking out to receive your discount just in time for the holidays!

Also pictured in the above collage is a gorgeous shot of the ocean at Seal Rock, Oregon (top left and middle), a frost-bitten morning near my house in Portland (bottom right) and my favorite moment from the recent coastal trip, a snowy mountain pass on Highway 26 just outside the Tillamook State Forest. (middle)

Hope this post finds you all well and remember: I make custom orders, so reach out to me and let me know!

xoxo

~zachary~

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One response

  1. Shawn

    Saw some of your pieces (paintings) last month at the Observatory bar on stark near 82nd. Great fun! I went back meaning to purchase the lazer eyed rhino painted on a section of 2×4, but alas, it had sold i believe. My girl & I Loved it. I’d like to know if you’d be willing to create another, for about the same price, $40., I recall. If so, That would be most excellent! I’d love to gift it to her. Thank you!

    January 10, 2012 at 5:14 am

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