Natural Art

For several years now I've been making unique dream-catchers from antlers and embellishing other natural found items.

If you like what you see, send me an email inquiry and I'd be happy to work on a custom piece for you. I can use my antlers or yours for custom orders, however I no longer keep these as an inventory item.

2015 Kenai Peninsula Fair Grand Champion

This is my first dream-catcher and my first Grand Championship. Its a Kenai Mountain Caribou antler shed with two separate webs. The big web has a pair of black bear canines in the center, the small web has a black bear claw in the center and both webs have small glass beads worked into the design.

Grand Champion
With a ruler for scale
Large wed
Small web

2016 Kenai Peninsula Fair First Place

This one is made from a caribou antler with black string web and green and blue beads. Its got a leaf bead in the center and feathers from a captive bird.

Small custom made dream catcher with a crystallized wolf bone in the center. I made this as a donation for the 2016 Kenai Peninsula Trappers Association for our end of season banquet. I cleaned the wolf bone and grew the crystal.

Here is a custom ordered caribou antler dream-catcher. Its got a purple and gold wire wrapped buffalo tooth in the center and blue and purple beads worked into the web.

Caribou antler dream-catcher with three colors of beads and tan web string. It currently has nothing in the center, but if you'd like to purchase it I would be happy to add a centerpiece.

This was my last 'batch' of dream catchers. They are made from Moose, Mtn goat, and deer jaws. I thought they were a cool way to utilize the jaws from European mounts. Send me an email to commission one from your set of jaws.

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Please send me an email to purchase an item or request a custom work

GoldStandardFurs@gmail.com

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Small web

Black bear claw in the center of the small web, you can see the beads in the web