Wyoming’s own artist Brock Jennings releases two songs from his upcoming second album “Wide Awake”. The Title Track to this album is the song “Wide Awake” is now available to purchase and Stream on all music platforms.
After almost 2 years of writing, re-writing, recording, producing, mixing and mastering Brock releases the two of 10 songs on this production. Recorded in Jackson Hole Wyoming this long awaited release will not disappoint.
Currently two of the ten songs are now streaming on ALL music platforms such as Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Google, iHeart, Pandora and more with the third song about to be released shortly. If you subscribe to any of these add Brock Jennings to your playlists and support Local Artists.
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“Wide Awake” Then new album from Wyoming Music Artist Brock Jennings is available here for the first time in it’s entirety. Brock has given us permission to post all ten songs from his newly debuted album Wide Awake.
New for 2020! Like our drink coasters we are also offering some of our selected Wyoming Photography on a really nice 11 ounce solid black ceramic mugs. We looked at a lot of mugs and being a coffee drinker I wanted one that looked good, felt right in your hand, microwave safe and easy to wash.
Some great looking mugs are a bit too large in that your coffee or tea gets cold before you get to the bottom of the mug. Now you can take home some memories of our awesome state. The perfect gift for those who LOVE Wyoming! We strive to make all our products “Authentic Wyoming”.
Just completed this necklace for a Christmas 2019 present. This is a ONE OF A KIND necklace that was hand made by Wyoming Artist Timothy Jennings. The stone is a hand cut and shaped Cabochon crafted from Cantlinite (Sacred Pipestone).
Many of our customers know that Tim makes hand crafted pipes most of which are used as Personal Pipes. Some of his pipes however have been crafted and actually been used in Ceremony. Each pipe that is crafted is made from hand quarried Cantlinite stone and as the pipes are cut there are many remnants of stone that are byproducts of the construction. No remnant stone is discarded but instead re-purposed into personal jewelry.
This cabochon was crafted from just that – a remnant piece of stone from a previous pipe commission. The stone was set in a sterling silver bezel with a solid sterling backing. The necklace piece also made from sterling silver was pre-shaped so it hangs naturally on the neck.
A truly one of a kind piece. I have available several Cantlinite stones that could be used to replicate this necklace although each would be unique in every way. Reach out to us if you would like one made for you. Email questions to “firstname.lastname@example.org”.
Recently we have ordered with great success some really nice coasters. Our first image selected for delivery was this hand drawn sea turtle drawn by our daughter Brynn Jennings. These Photo Coasters are 4″ x 4″ and are feature a durable high gloss finish.
Each coaster is backed with a .125″ thick durable cork backing which is great on any surface. They are easy to clean, light and store in a very small amount of space. Our first order sold out!
These will be in stock shortly and prices start at $4.95 for a single Coaster or order by the set. The set sizes start at 2 units and are available in 2, 4, 6 and 8 coasters all with the same image or shortly we will have mixed sets.
Watch for more coaster sets coming soon with images of Authentic Wyoming!
Just finished is this simple yet elegant six hole Port Orford Cedar flute. Hand crafted by flute artist Timothy Jennings and fully crafted and voiced here in Wyoming. True Old Growth Port Orford Cedar continues to be rare and hard to find.
This is a 1″ inch bore flute with a longer Slow Air Chamber and block that gives this flute an overall longer aesthetic. Both Totem Rails and the Totem (fetish) are crafted from river reclaimed Sapodilla.
Unique to this flute is the hand cut Elk Antler cabochon that was crafted from Wyoming harvested elk and is bezel set in Sterling Silver and inlaid into the body of the flute. Over all a very nice flute.
Click Here for more information and price point for this newly completed flute. Ships with it’s own protective bag.
Recently I took some early morning pictures of the relatively new Mormon Temple built here in Afton Wyoming. After many requests I am making two images available to order. If you are interested in either of these two images CLICK HERE.
I have ordered and have in stock both of these images in 11×14 metal prints. These can be hung directly on your wall with the included mounting hardware or have them framed for a truly stunning effect. Available now.
Some days I just feel like cutting flute blanks. For me this is actually something I need to get psyched about in order to get them done right. There are so many steps that go into making a good quality blank not to mention the large amount of time that goes into each and every one.
I have been cutting flute blanks for not only my own projects but for flute builders of every skill level a very long time. I have cut flute blanks for more than 18 years and I would guess we have one of the best selections of ready to build flute blanks sets around.
For the past several days I have been going through boards and selecting what I think will make good flute blanks and cutting them to size with all the parts that are needed. Each and every blank gets drum sanded to exact dimensions for our jigs and then checked and double checked for accuracy. Finally each one is shrink wrapped to protect the integrity of each one prior to shipping.
One of my favorite woods to make a flute from is Russian Olive. Russian Olive boards always seem to have a twisted soul. But when I can find a board that I can render blanks from I try and spend extra time making sure they are right. These 7 pictured here are exactly what I like to end up with. 2 have already been spoken for but these are some really nice Russian Olive blanks sets.
If you are a flute builder or just a weekend warrior visit our Pre-Bored Flute Blanks page and see if you find a blank that you can transform into another magical wind instrument.
Another flute on its way to it’s new home in Montana. This Alaskan Yellow Cedar flute is another Acrylic Red and features maple totem rails and maple Mustang fetish. Like it’s twin it was tuned to G @432 Hz. A very nice looking and playing flute.
I personally am excited that it’s new owner Nakoa Heavyrunner from Poplar Montana. Nakoa is one of the best flute player I personally know. He is well known in Indian Country as an accomplished Pow Wow singer and he and his brother Donavan appear on RezKast Radio. Check them out early mornings.
I am hoping Nakoa will be kind enough to pass some recordings our way so we can share with the world his amazing flute playing talents. Enjoy Nakoa Heavyrunner…
I wanted to update a previous post about this Port Orford Cedar flute that I have been working on. As of this post I have completed the Mustang fetish and it is in the last stages of finishing. Crafted from the same Sappodilla as the totem rails the combination works nice with the natural colors of the Port Orford Cedar.
New to this flute will be the addition of a hand cut Elk antler cabochon. The antler was harvested from our own Wyoming Elk herds here in Star Valley area. This cabochon is being set in Sterling Silver and then it will be inlaid into the body of the flute as shown in the feature image above.
One other small adjustment is that when this flute was first voice I thought it would end up a D tuned to 432Hz. Well it is still a D but 440Hz was better suited.
This flute is available for purchase pre-completion for a significant savings in cost. After completion the price point will be higher as it is only then I can total the man hours. CLICK HERE for more information or CALL (307) 690-0427 or EMAIL me at sales@jacksonholetim.