It's also time for another Hands of Art Photo Project "subject"!
This time, I'd like to focus on one of my dearest friends who is quite a Renaissance Woman - singer, author, fashion designer, squirrel handler (okay, I made that last one up, but you'll see what I mean!), editor, jeweler and just an all around wonderful person. I'm taking about Jen (J.L.) Mulvihill.
I met Jen several years ago at a book event in Jackson, Mississippi and we have been friends ever since. She is such a creative soul and she is great fun at conventions. She is also a blast to watch on panels, no matter how strange the panel topic- just ask her about the subjects she's had to discuss!
She is an author with Dark Oak Press and Seventh Star Press - I'll have her book links listed below.
Without further ado, may I present to you The Hands of Art Photo Project - Jen Mulvihill!
Jen is the only person I know of who has her own line of designer Steampunk squirrels; if you ever see her at a con, please take a look at them. Each one is quite unique and no two are alike.
The Lost Daughter of Easa is a delightfully dark yet greatly entertaining book for all ages - available through Dark Oak Press.
Southern Haunts and Southern Haunts Two: Devils in the Darkness - two awesome Horror anthologies available through Seventh Star Press.
Another of her one of a kind Steampunk squirrels - they are too cute!
A delightful example of Jen's jewelry ~
And still more jewelry!
Thank you, Jen! If you ever see her at a convention, stop by her table or see her on a panel; she truly is a treasure and quite an AWESOME celebrity!