lindsay rae's home

Welcome to Lindsay Rae Harold Wagner's site! 
 
Bioish
My art is a mixture of vintage, reclaimed, repurposed, fibers, and awesomeness all rolled into one. I started out taking photos and being all arty before finding myself in art school at San Diego State majoring in Fibers. Though growing up in a family full of jewelers, making me 3rd generation, sent me on my current creative path. I started making necklaces, earrings and bracelets to stay sane. Then created my signature snoody hat which needed embellishments and latter got involved with Gold Coast events and started pirate inspired hair ribbons. I've since added hat pins, steampunk inspired accessories and have started a vintage inspired collection. Feel free to visit my blog spot Shiny Fuzzy Things to get a peek into the world of Shiny Fuzzy Things, and no it's not about my cats, though both of them are shiny and fuzzy. I also do custom pieces in most cases so contact me through my etsy store or my email in More Weebby Contact and we can see what we can do. So enjoy browsing my pirate / steamy / vintage / strange collections and hope to see you soon.
 
 
 
Upcoming Shows






Sunday March 1st
9am to 3pm

The San Diego Vintage Flea Market is a great way for folks to sell and purchase interesting vintage or vintage-inspired treasures. All vintage pieces are true to the era of turn of the century to midcentury modern. Our vendors offer home furnishings, bric-a-brac, clothing, and so much more - vintage-inspired items, pin-up/rockabilly style clothing and accessories, tiki infused items along with vintage-inspired music promotion. It's all here at the San Diego Vintage Flea Market!


Find Rae Wolf Designs with Kyla Keepsakes
March 6th-8th in Old Tucson AZ

Wild Wild West Steampunk Convention 4 (WWWC4) is America’s first and only Steampunk convention and festival that takes place in a western-themed town and amusement park. WWWC4 is the largest Western-style Steampunk Convention in the United States!
This event takes place within Old Tucson, the famous movie studio and amusement park built in 1939 and featured in over 300 movies and TV shows. For this weekend only, Old Tucson is transformed into the world’s only Western-style Steampunk Theme Park!

Concerts, street performers, special events, panels, workshops, rides, games, and much more are here for your enjoyment!

For more information about the convention in 2014 (WWWC3) please look at:
http://www.wwwc3.com



Rae Wolf Designs Featuring Dreadfully Punk

ConDor, San Diego's longest running science fiction/fantasy convention, will be held March 13th to 15th at the Town & Country Hotel & Resort in Mission Valley in San Diego.  Programming will reflect the wide variety of interests of the attendees including SF, fantasy, horror, comics, science, technology, literature, movies, television and art.

Don't forget our Art Show and auction, and our Dealers Room with its unique and interesting purveyors of a wide variety of quality collectibles, art, jewelry, books, and fandom items.

Rae Wolf Designs will be teaming up with Dreadfully Punk, a collection of authors offering you a Punk fix. From Steampunk to Ray Gun Gothic and all points in between, they cover the multi-verse of Punk Culture. Stop by for all the latest from this artistes collective and to meet Condor Con special guest Justin Andrew Hoke.

Justin Andrew Hoke, author of 'Pacemaker' and Editor-In-Chief of DreadfullyPunk.com, aims to share his image of Steampunk with use of the written word. When not writing, Justin coordinates and plans events with Grand Pacific Steam and its associates to encourage the Steampunk community of San Diego, California to socialize and interact. His ultimate goal is to ensure the legacy of Steampunk as not only a genre of science fiction or as a fandom, but as a community of artists, authors, makers, and progressive thinkers.

Our booth will also be your Condor location to pick up Condor Con Special guest
 David L. Drake and Katherine L. Morse
latest release
These San Diego-based authors offer a serialized steampunk tale detailing the adventures of Chief Inspector Erasmus Drake and Dr. "Sparky" McTrowell. The duo’s many adventures are provided in weekly penny dreadful-style episodes on the web www.DrakeAndMcTrowell.com.
They have produced four novellas since 2010 and can be seen cosplaying their alter egos at conventions all over the West.

 

First Annual High Desert Pirate Renaissance Faire

The Pirate ...Fair will be held on March 21 -22, 2015 at the San Bernardino County Fairgrounds, Victorville CA.
The Pirate Fair will be celebrating the Golden Age of Pirates, with much Revelry & Merry Making. Fun for all ages from the littlest Powder Monkey to the oldest Captain. Face Painting, Games to play, Stage Acts to enjoy, Battles between Pirates, Food from the four corners of the known world, Rum & Ale, and there may even be a trial of a Pirate.
Many Merchants with wonderful items to purchase (I have been told that the Merchants have traded the best powder & shot to procure most of their merchandise).

 http://www.hdpiratefaire.com/home.html 

https://www.facebook.com/groups/661390450575889/




16th Annual Spring Faire
April 25th - 26th
&
May 2nd - 3rd

Felicita County Park, 742 Clarence Lane, Escondido
Location: Twenty-five miles northeast of San Diego.
Take I-15 north to Via Rancho Parkway exit.
Go west 1 mile to Felicita Road, then north to the park entrance.
Faire hours: 10:00 A.M. to DUSK both days.
Under 4 free - Parking $ 5.00
Admission includes all entertainment.

Parking is a short distance away and the site has many picnic tables and shaded areas. The faire site is handicap accessible. It is level and mostly grass covered. Leashed pets are welcome. No horses or large animals.

Alcoholic beverages may not be brought in the event; however, visitors may bring food and soft drinks. All backpacks and coolers are subject to search.

To add to the faire experience, visitors are encouraged
to come in an Elizabethan period costume.
 
 
Still working on more shows for 2015 
So in the meantine check out these awesome links
 
 
 
 
 
 
  
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