Death Makes a Holiday Art Event


Halloween Artist Bazaar is celebrating death. A collection of ghost, reapers and graveyards in the spirit of Halloween.
Take the links below to purchase these unique handmade Halloween collectibles direct from the independent artist!

Mr.Bony’s Nurse Paper Mache Ghost On Coffin Candy Box Bobble Head $75.00
Nancy Michalak Bewitched Halloween card $4.95
Twilight Faerie Lucky Night Painting $25.00
PunkinPrims Halloween Alter $25.00
Chad Savage Grim Reaper Original Ink Drawing $150.00
Sauvage Raven Creations Wake the Dead $15.00
Abbybelle Grim Reaper Figure $15.00
Forest Whimsy Halloween Miniature Bookcase $28.00
Chaos In Color Canvas Wrapped Print Dia De Los Muertos Cat $85.00
Creepycute Doll Works Bobby Bones Art Doll $65.00
Art By Sarada Silent Grave $6.00
Jynxx Designs Ghouls Graveyard Statement bracelet $32.00

Find more Halloween art and collectibles year round by visiting Halloween Artist Bazaar on Etsy or the HAB sales catalog!

Halloween Artist Bazaar Artist Pages:

HAB Artists

HAB on Etsy:

HAB on Etsy

HAB online shopping catalog:

HAB on Etsy

Featured Artist Interview June 2017: Nancy Michalak

To find where Nancy Michalak sells her wares visit her on her artist page on HAB. 

Interview with Nancy Michalak:

Which pieces of your artwork are you most proud of, currently for sale or sold? Share an image of it if you have one.

Name an artist(s) whose work you admire and what influence have they had on your art?

Kay Nielsen the illustrator

What would you consider the highest honor or greatest goal you would like to achieve with your art?

I would love to have my angel theme paper cuts be engraved on gravestones/ and or silhouettes of them created in metal as gate designs.

What Halloween costume that you got to wear in childhood was your favorite and has the fondest memory for you?

Being the old woman dressed in a suit with a pillow stuffed and belted at my waist all underneath it and topped off with a powdered gray wig.

What is your favorite Halloween icon? Why do you identify with its imagery?

The candy corn and the old can rattle. The2 or 3 colors, black, orange and yellow used so frequently in the 50’s still conjure up images of Halloween immediately!

If money and wherewithal were not an issue, what would be your dream way to spend Halloween?

Just the right combination of, warm winds, with the leaves rustling underfoot kicking them as we waded through them. The Faint smells of burning leaves and or the damp smell of decaying leaves misting around me. The sharp rise of excitement and the bittersweet knowledge, that the night would end as well as thee magic of the evening. My Halloweens would have to be in New England.