We (Rachel and Brian) started Woodland Shrine in 2014. We live out in the woods in rural western Washington state.
We mainly work with scavenged material and copper. We collect almost all of our own bones and process them all here at the homestead. Whatever we don't collect ourselves, we are gifted, or receive in trades with other people who follow the same ethical code that we do. Feel free to reach out if you have any questions about any of our materials or processes.
We work with bones because embracing the natural world as a whole; flora, and fauna, the mysticism of both life and death; is important to us. This art gives us an avenue to promote ethical and sustainable values while bringing people closer to nature and our roots.