“The Adder and the Rose” pin by Emily Winfield Martin
“Things are so rarely what they seem. Which of us does not have our secrets, Miss Ives?”
This beautiful 1” classic goldtone and black enamel pin was created by Emily Winfield Martin especially for The Creeping Museum.
Emily has generously donated her art and selected Portland Rescue Mission to be the beneficiary of all net proceeds from the sale of this pin, in support of their mission to provide food, shelter, recovery and other vital services to men, women and children affected by homelessness, addiction and abuse.
About the Artist
Emily Winfield Martin is the author of best-selling children's books as well as paintings that explore myth, magic, strangeness, and the natural world. She lives in Portland, Oregon where she tends her garden and harbors a deep belief in sea monsters. See more of her work at emilywinfieldmartin.com.
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To our supporters outside of the United States: We realize that $10 USD for shipping is prohibitively costly for many of you. Unfortunately, due to recent USPS price increases, the least expensive method of sending a Creeping Museum envelope to Europe is $13.50 USD. The cost of sending an envelope to Canada is $9.50 USD. Because one of The Creeping Museum’s goals is to provide as wide a reach as possible for our partner artists, we are willing to cover the balance of the cost of postage to your country. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.