Phantom Sway

2016 Halloween Art Collectors’ Guide

Take a look at the offerings from these Halloween artists online and at the Halloween-themed art shows where they can be found this month.

It’s the second week of September, so by now all your local retailers are stocked with Halloween goodies of all kinds. Halloween collectibles have become increasingly popular over the past decade and manufacturers have taken advantage of the trend. There’s nothing wrong with purchasing the occasional decorative collectible that’s been reproduced a thousand times, but why not take a look at some of the Halloween art being created that is absolutely one of a kind? It can be more affordable than you may realize to own a collectible that is completely unique and cannot be found in stores.

I’ve put together a list of artists whose love for my favorite spooky holiday shines through in their amazing work.  This is by no means a complete list of all my favorite Halloween artists, but I chose a few who will be revealing their latest pieces for the holiday starting this weekend. Don’t wait! Take a look at the offerings from these artists online and at the Halloween-themed art shows where they can be found this month.


Chicken LipsChicken Lips by David H. Everett

Artist David Everett will soon have some new Halloween creations for you to sink your teeth into! He will be offering  10 new Halloween pieces in his ETSY shop on Tuesday, Sept. 13th. Pumpkins, Skeletons, Crows and more! The new creations will be released at 8 P.M. Eastern (5 P.M. West Coast). See his art updates on his Facebook page.

For you Halloween fans on the west coast, David’s art will also be found at Halloween and Vine in Petaluma, California on September 24th. This amazing Halloween art show features more than thirty artists selling original Halloween-themed art. For more info, visit


luluLuLu Kellogg Atelier

Jewelry and mixed media artist LuLu Kellogg will have her Etsy shop open for just one more week, and then she’ll be closing up to get ready for her next event. Watch for updates on where you can find her on her Facebook page.




ff_1aForever Fall by Robyn Moore

Featured Phantom Sway artist Robyn Moore will release her annual Halloween Collection this weekend on Saturday, September 10th at 7pm EST. Robyn’s incredible hand-made dolls will go fast during this sale, so don’t be late! Her collection will be available in her online shop, and you can tune in for updates on her Facebook page.



nevaNeva Campbell

Another featured Phantom Sway artist, Neva Campbell, will have soon have paintings available on her Facebook page that will go perfectly will your haunted Halloween décor! Check for updates on her Facebook page this weekend.





ea_1aElements and Artifacts by Alicia Dabney

Jewelry artist Alicia Dabney of Elements and Artifacts releases a Halloween jewelry collection every year that is stunning!  The release date for her 2016 Autumntide/Halloween collection will be announced this weekend with some previews to go with it. Check for updates on her Facebook page, and shop her art on Etsy.



My BrainChildMy BrainChild by Wendy Leaumont

And finally, yours truly has an online shop stocked with my latest Halloween pieces with more to come throughout September and October. You can shop my collection now on Storenvy and view updates on my Facebook page.

Happy Haunting!




Wendy Leaumont

WENDY LEAUMONT grew up in Chattanooga, Tennessee and developed an affinity for classic horror and Halloween at an early age. With over twenty years of experience in graphic design, she now focuses on sculpting with air-dry clays and other mixed media. Wendy is a proud military wife and lives with her husband and three cats wherever the United States Air Force sends them. Her work can be found at


Please Support Our Latest Film Project

Harriet Tubman is one of America’s most beloved historical figures but has sadly been largely relegated to just a few facts during Black History Month. This incredible ex-slave, spy, cook, nurse, public speaker and rescuer deserves a story worthy of her stature.

“Minty” – tentatively titled after Tubman’s nickname – is a “reimagining” of Harriet Tubman as an action hero. It is a period piece with a modern flare.

%d bloggers like this: