The first sculpture piece from Crystalline Phoenix® selenite measures 42” by 15” by 5” of a Crystalline Spirit Woman by James Brazeal. The largest sculptures are several pieces by Ron Dier Designs, three of which are in St. Petersburg, Russia, and the largest was out of a 5 foot, 2000 lb plus block.The smallest are fetishes created by Zuni carver Debra Gasper and her husband, Ray Tsethlikai. We have a varity of fetishes for sale, including bears, cougars, foxes, coyotes, badgers, rabbits, wolves, turtles, moles, eagles, and frogs. Cat Quintanilla in Austin, Texas,is doing pieces in the 6 inches and up size, and teaches classes in selenite sculpture. And Paule Guerin, from Quebec, is specializing in selenite sculpture.

42” by 15” by 5” selenite sculpture of Crystalline Spirit Woman by James Brazeal in natural light
Sculpture by Ron Dier Design in St. Petersburg, Russia.
Paule Guerin, a Canadian sculptor, has exhibited her work in The Netherlands, France and Canada
Zuni selenite fetish of wolf by Debra Gasper and Ray Tsethlikai
Zuni selenite fetish of wolf by candlelight
"Y Toci" (Mother of the Gods ) sculpture in orange alabaster and selenite by Cat Quintanilla
selenite "MoonVenus" by Cat Quintanilla
Snake totem set in limestone by Cat Quintanilla
Zuni selenite fetish of eagle by Debra Gasper and Ray Tsethlikai
Zuni carving of selenite phoenix by Debra Gasper and Ray Tsethlikai
Zuni selenite fetish of bear by Debra Gasper and Ray Tsethlikai
Zuni selenite fetish of frog by Debra Gasper and Ray Tsethlikai
Zuni selenite fetish of bear by Debra Gasper and Ray Tsethlikai
Zuni selenite fetish of bear by candlelight
Zuni selenite fetish of wolf by candlelight
Zuni selenite fetishes (eagle, cougar, bear, and badger) by Debra Gasper and Ray Tsethlikai
Zuni selenite fetish of eagle by Debra Gasper and Ray Tsethlikai
selenite sculpture of Crystalline Spirit Woman by candlelight
selenite sculpture of Crystalline Spirit Woman backlit by ultraviolet, with flash
selenite sculpture of Crystalline Spirit Woman backlit only, by ultraviolet below and halogen above
Work in progress by Ron Dier Design out of a 5 foot, 2000 lb plus block
Backside of same work in progress by Ron Dier Design