Stiletto Heights

I am Jennifer Gordon- a mixed media collage artist and comic writer living in Columbus OH, with my fiance and love- Keith. I specialize in paintings, ACEOS, journals, art boxes and more. I am always available for commissions! Visit my etsy shop at:

Wednesday, June 04, 2008


things I am currently really inspired by.

1- People that are lost...specifically people lost at sea, or at war, I am drawn to the women left behind (I know someone else who loves this too)

2- Cold Climate Islands, specifically in the Northern Atlantic, or off the coast of Finland

3- Lighthouses

4 -French Wallpaper

5 -photos that are out of focus, or over exposed

6 - flowers and scientific botanical illustrations

7- The Victorian Spiritualist movement

8- Carnival Rides

9- Fishing villages and fishing boats

10- Victorian Water Gardens, and Victorian Fairy Gardens

(just throwing all this out there...not sure why)



Anonymous karen beth said...

What a cool list to make! I might do it too sometime. xo... :)

11:58 AM  
OpenID gilflingsdesigns said...

Ha I knew who it was as soon as I saw this! Of course I am inspired by mostly the same things - at the moment I am working them and reworking these themes and yet I never get tired of them.

Hugs to you my dear and I hope you are well! xxx

2:22 PM  
Blogger ErinT Fashion Accessories said...

It's always nice to remind ourselves of the things that inspire us! Great list!

1:39 AM  
Blogger sf said...

Do you know the song, My Father Was
a Lighthouse Keeper by The Incredible String Band?
"Lying on the beach with desire
Rocking to the music of the waves
I was in despair
My heart needed repair
My lover had lied to me but
I was bored by what I saw there
Why? Why! Why?
My father was a lighthouse keeper
Watched the waves getting steeper
Watched the ships going down
In cadillacs they sailed with the tide
Beneath the pier the sea she stroked the night
I rocked a little then
I moved my body again
My lover kissed my lips
I was digging what I saw there
Why! Why? Why!
My father was a lighthouse keeper
Watched the waves getting steeper
Watched the ships going down
We watched the days slip by and the stars explode
And we watched them once again
Oh the laughter rose a cheer
Oh the laughter so nice to hear
Oh the laughter so good and free
Oh the laughter so nice to see

I lay among the shells and coke cans
In my lover
All the people were eating
And smiling sadly in their big cars
My father looked down from his lighthouse
He saw it all he knew it all
Then he laughed a little
Oh so pretty
Oh so easy"

2:16 AM  
Blogger TotusMel said...

I am currently inspired by some of your pieces!

12:20 PM  
Blogger RainbowMom said...

Very cool! I think I may have to make a list of my top 11 inspirations one day. :)

1:08 PM  
Blogger Regal Beads said...

I loved this entry :).

2:53 PM  
Blogger Sobe said...

If you ever get a female pet, totally name it Victoria.

9:30 PM  

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