Greetings friends, customers, members, and extended family!
It has been a crazy last 2 years as we moved around America trying to find our proper port and nest to operate from. We have returned to the shadows of the Rocky Mountains back to our former home of Colorado Springs and Manitou Springs, Colorado to the community that missed us most.
As we are planting ourselves back in the Rockies, we look forward to sharing more stories, adventures, and tales, discovering different treasures, making new art, crafts, and gear.
We have taken on a more historical re-enactment pursuit as we re-define and re-plant ourselves, and will soon be moving more of our inventory to handcrafts, fantastical pieces, and found treasures. We’re very excited with this change. We are also now operating under the umbrella of Technogypsie Productions and Leafworks Enterprises.
Our summer is being orchestrated for us to appear at numerous festivals, fairs, and events so you can browse our products in real time. Until then, have a blessed summer.
Leaf, Tom, Jenni, and Cian
Please help fund our research project and publication of our book “Offerings of the Naiads: Holy Wells and Sacred Springs in Western Culture” by our Founders.
It has been a interesting travel-filled year for us at the Tree Leaves’ Oracle. We’re looking for our new nest, the journeys of which you can follow at in The Chronicles of Sir Thomas Rhymer Oisin Leaf McGowan, Lady Etain, and the Prince of Endurance. We’re looking for Winter markets to vend at, but in the meanwhile you can get all our gear here online, via this website, our amazon gallery, or our etsy gift shop. If there is something you are looking for, let us know, as we’re gallivanting around the Pacific Northwest doing research and digging up oddities along the way, so you never know if we’ll run across what you’re looking for.
Have a Happy Thanksgiving and great Winter!
~ Love and Blessings, Leaf, Etain, Tom, Cian, and all at the Tree Leaves’ Oracle
“Thanksgiving Diorama” : Roadside panoramas, displays, backdrops in Canby, California. Tuesday, November 24, 2015: Cedarville to Medford. Chronicles 21: Exploring Oregon/California/Nevada border lands. November-December 2015. Photographs by Eadaoin and Thomas Baurley, Leaf McGowan, Technogypsie Productions. www.technogypsie.com/photography. Reviews: www.technogypsie.com/reviews. Chronicle tales: http://www.technogypsie.com/chronicles/?p=17409. Canby, California: http://www.technogypsie.com/reviews/?p=23697. Thanksgiving: http://www.technogypsie.com/reviews/?p=23705.
We’re gearing up for the Spring and Summer season of festivals, fairs, and events. The Festival Theme Camp Tir na nOg and The Tree Leaves’ Oracle festival booth will be a joint manifestation of treasures, gifts, art, and services from The Tree Leaves Oracle (Pirate, Faerie, eco-, fantasy, and folklore collections), Technogypsie Treasures (found treasures, unique art, post cards, photo cards, art prints), Technogypsie Productions (photo booth, costumes, face and bodypainting, tarot reading, photography, design, characters, and art services), and Pirate Relief (Pirate garb, gear, and treasures). Our camp appears in the Tir na nOg portal that will open across North America during different times and locations. This shopping cart will remain in operation 24 hours a day, 7 days a week – however our selection of books and faerie figurines will vary with availability when we are away from our home location. The Tir na nOg theme camp offers colorful bodypainted characters of lore and fantasy, magic shows, a Mad Hatter’s tea party, themed fairy forest, parties, classes, workshops, and events. If you want us at your festival with our talents, book us today via email@example.com.
We’re hard at work here at the Tree Leaves’ Oracle getting ready for festival season as the climate is warming up and events are being put together. We’re plotting our course. We’re also working diligently on our annual publication as well. If you have submissions, artwork, poetry, and articles to submit, now is the time to do so to firstname.lastname@example.org. The first 5 ads submitted (must be folk, event, faerie, viking, medieval re-enactment, arts, crafts, or festival related) will be placed in the journal for free. Send now! (quarter page ads max size) If you have a festival or event that you want the Tir na nOg theme camp / store to appear at contact us now at email@example.com.