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Celebrate your Life with a Unique Walking Stick

Walk in Style       Unique Luxury Canes        Handmade        One of a Kind

You are discerning. You want to achieve a certain look, and you want to maintain your freedom.

Using a hand-sculpted luxury cane makes a statement about you. About your creativity. About your style! Artfully unique, this cane is truly a celebration of life. The hand-sculpted imagery narrates cultural themes from around the world, creating symbolic representations of the magic, mystery, and joy of living in the moment.

Teresa Moorehouse is a sculptor, visionary artist, and storyteller based in Chicago, IL. She calls the fabulous canes she hand sculpts "Celebration of Life Walking Sticks", because of the people who use them. By using one of these canes, you declare that you are free and that you have something profound to say to your friends, family, and to the world.


Your cane will be hand-sculpted by Teresa, using Primo, high-end color polymer clay. Extremely durable in design and application, the colorful clay is fired onto an adjustable aluminum cane. The height adjusts from 31" to 40", and the weight limit is 250 pounds. Each cane features a comfortable and ergonomically designed wooden handle and O-ring rubber tip for good stability.


I bought one of Teresa's canes for my father. Although he had many canes, hers was the one he took everywhere. He always beamed when people complimented him on its beauty and uniqueness. He loved that it was lightweight, as his crippling arthritis prevented him from using many of his heavier ones in later years. It traveled with him from his home in Pittsburgh, to Ireland, Slovakia, Bermuda, and annual trips to Florida and Myrtle Beach. He was a funny storyteller, and I can picture him now with that cane in his hands as he told us one story after the next. Teresa's cane is the one thing of his that I keep with me to remember him by, now that he is gone."

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K. Walter, Nashville, TN

I purchased one of your sculpted walking canes some 10 or maybe more years ago at a craft fair. At that time I saw it primarily as a work of contemporary art. However as I am turning 75 I find I now use it for the purpose for which it is intended, and it has given me outstanding service. It has held up magnificently through some very rough treatment. I still frequently travel overseas and have always been concerned I might lose it. Since I discovered your online art gallery (aka web site), I know if that should happen I can always replace it."

Peter P., Fairfax, VA

I purchased your beautiful cane years ago at Fairhope and used it for an injury temporarily and beautiful piece of artwork displayed in my house. I now need it daily as knee replacement has been delayed by kidney cancer. The cane has been with me from UAB to Tampa General to Mayo Clinic in Rochester. It is not only useful but a wonderful conversation starter. A bright spot in waiting rooms! So glad I discovered you years ago. Thank you!

Rebecca C, Niceville, FL

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