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Fine Art


Custom Creations



Custom Creations can be designed with personal trophies or using my personal stock. Final price is dependant on desired outcome and rare, premium pieces incorporated. There is a non-refundable, custom fee towards the total cost of $250 due prior to service.


The trophy art is accompanied by a signed and sealed Certificate of Authenticity.


Free local delivery, pick up, and shipping available.

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previous pieces

Previous Pieces.


The Gilded Lily Home

2 N Wenatchee Ave,

Wenatchee, WA 98801

The 108 Lounge

108 N Wenatchee Ave

Wenatchee, WA 98801

Kristall's Restaurant
& Lounge

280 US HWY 2

Leavenworth, WA 98826


Feathered Salon

23 S Wenatchee Ave #102,

Wenatchee, WA 98801


about the artists

About the artists


     Based out of the "Christmas town" of Leavenworth, WA, Karin Reynolds and Paige McMahon are a mother and daughter duo who have many years of experience with authentic Austrian crystals and premium, vintage pieces. Paige attended dental hygiene school in Loma Linda, CA and after 6 years decided to move back to her hometown in 2017 to marry her high school love, who happened to be an avid hunter and hunting guide. Combining the rustic skull collection with premium embellishements is when Chic Sheds came into fruition.


...more about the artists


     In order to explain how we came to this art venture, we must first start at the beginning, as it came as a process. 

     My mom, Karin, was raised in Newport Beach, CA spending much of her childhood sailing to Catalina and diving for muscles. She soon attended Loma Linda University for Dental Assisting, where she met her adored husband, Tom, a painfully shy, witty, precious, stressed out dental student. Soon after they moved to San Diego, CA where they had two children, Alex and myself (Alex was always very clear on the fact he did NOT want a sister haha). A taxing work commute pushed Tom to achieve 17th on the loan repayment program list where they sent us to the underserved area of Moses Lake, WA. We spent the following 7 quality years basking in the simple life with cherished memories on our boat visible from our home, which sat over the lake. My dad saw the opportunity to work with his twin brother in 1997 and we made the move to Wenatchee, WA where they built a pediatric dental practice to resemble a visit nothing shy of Disney Land, complete with a built in castle and a Main Street filled with a homey bakery, joy-filled hat shop, tempting candy store, and so many more distractions. My dad would light up when he explained, "Paige, if you find a career where you're helping people, you won't work a day in your life." So, at 10 years old, I kept my focus on a career in dentistry.

     In 2010 I received my Bachelor's in Science, Health Science from Walla Walla University. After a strong focus on my future and wanting to put motherhood first, I withdrew my application and applied to dental hygiene. in 2013 I received my Bachelor's in Dental Hygiene from Loma Linda University along with the class Service Learning Award for assisting the underserved, where I met many lifelong friends. I practiced the next four years in Ojai, CA and Redlands, CA when I planned a spontaneous trip home for my 10 year class reunion of 9 graduates. There, I reconnected with my shy, handsome, and admirably humble classmate, Trevor, and we were married within 3 months. Life held an exciting future and I was thrilled to move back to my hometown.

     Trevor introduced me to the love that many hunters have for animals and the conservation involved (which is detailed below). After 14 blissful months under our belt, my father-in-law was diagnosed with stage III brain cancer, Anaplastic Astrocytoma. October 2018 forever changed our view on life as we lost our hilarious, selfless, protective Roger. 

     The next 3 months were what could only be described as a fog, until we were blessed with the news Trevor and I were pregnant with a son! It seemed slightly unbelievable as we'd been praying for months for this gift. 6 months into the pregnancy, I began having complications and was airlifted to the University of Washington where I delivered my son at 26.3 weeks, 3 months premature. Our precious boy was 2lb 9oz and perfect in every way, but had a battle ahead of him none of us could prepare for. We spent each day in prayer and hopeful mourning until God came to me and said, "he's going to be okay." It was simple, but it was all I needed to be the joyful support my son needed. During the transfer to Seattle Children's Hospital we were told he had initially been given a 2% chance of survival.

     After our 6 month stay between the 2 hospitals, we were discharged with our healing son trackable by the mile long oxygen tubes with the sound of an XF-84H known as the "Mighty Ear Banger," nasogastric feeding tubes, and pulse oximeter with the popular alarm clock sound that would alert as soon as I'd reach N1 light sleep. After a year, our boy was tube free! It was slightly unbelievable and we were confused by the freedom. 

     In 2020 we decided to expand our family through adoption, which was abruptly halted as my friend selflessly offered to be our surrogate. With 2 IVF procedures under our belt, we were blessed with 1 healthy embryo. With the anticipation of a family of 4 quickly approaching, we finally felt as though we had emotional control once again. This was until my dad, our best bud, was diagnosed with stage IV Adenocarcinoma; life expectancy 1-3 months. This seemed simply impossible as his only "bad habit" was that he put everyone before himself. Following the news he said, "This is God's plan and we need to respect the plan." We couldn't imagine life without him, how could this be His plan?

     My dad declined much quicker than any of us anticipated, not verbalizing one complaint. He would join us with a big smile saying, "I'm so happy to have this moment." I will cherish these moments with my dad and all the past ones I discarded as "the passing of time." My dad and mom tried to fit the next 20 years of their sacred marriage into 7 brief, agonizing weeks. As my dad accompanied my mom with the funeral arrangements he told the funeral director, "I've really had the best life." September 2021 my dad joined Jesus. My daughter was born 3 months after his passing, a few days shy of Christmas, a direct gift from heaven.

     These events have paused the progression of our art, but we now have a true understanding of pain and through that, such an appreciation of this life and all people. C.S. Lewis says it best, "Difficulties in your life don't come to destroy you, but to help you realize your full potential," and "being grateful for the little things you have is more important in life than being miserable about the many things you don't have."


This art brings us so much joy and we appreciate you joining us in this sparkly journey.



About the skulls

        As a non-hunter and extreme animal lover, Paige was originally unfamiliar with the role hunters play on the conservation of wildlife and, for many of them, their true love for animals, so this section is the education she learned over the years. She remains a non-hunter, but appreciates the work of ethical hunters.

        The skulls are ethically sourced locally and abroad from hunts that financially assist anti-poaching and conservation. In addition to providing funds for wildlife habitat projects, hunters also play a vital role in regulating the species and ensuring the health of the herd. For hunts overseas, they help sustain the local villages by contributing the meat. 


        We also use naturally shed antlers attached to replica skulls. Species that have antlers naturally shed them once a year, on occasion you may see deer with one antler at certain times of the year as the second has not yet dropped. The new growing antlers are covered in velvet, then when they reach maximum growth, the velvet dies and is rubbed off on trees and shrubs revealing white antlers. The rubbing develops their beautiful, dark natural color. In young, healthy deer the antlers generally grow larger in the following years.


About the embellishments

     We intricately design these luxury pieces with premium vintage pieces & authentic Austrian Crystals. With strict guidelines, we search out the most exquisite crystal pieces to ensure lifelong brilliance. 

Art Gallery


Upcoming Shows

Art on the Rockies

July 12-14, 2024

Edwards, CO

Reno Tahoe International Art Show

September 12-15, 2024

Reno-Sparks Convention Center

14165 Princequillo Ct. Reno, NV

Previous Appearances


Mule Deer Foundation

August 8, 2022 

Mule Deer donated to live auction

Cashmere, WA


Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation

May 20, 2023 

Elk donated to live auction

Cashmere, WA

Sheep Show

January 18-20, 2024 

Sheep donated to Ladies Luncheon Auction

Reno, NV

Out West Art Show

March 14-16, 2024​​

Heritage Inn, Room #164

Great Falls, MT



Location: Leavenworth, WA
Tel.509-881-7115  | Email
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