If you had to weave a story from these images, what would you say? Include the skeletons, the branches, the moons, the animals, the colors. And just what is she holding in the first picture? Striking a DealTrick or Treat?OfferingMake a ChoiceThe JourneyEnlightenment
Post 2 in continuing to explore the repeating themes in my work. See the first post here. I swear I thought I had done this one even more so, but I think in part I had one more planned that never panned out. I'm sure I'll continue to return to stairs regardless. 2016 2018 Monochrome... Continue Reading →
Playing with pink and green and slightly absurd settings. Wolfgang, my cat, clumsily jumped up onto this dollhouse in the middle of the night, causing me and my husband to wake up. He's been doing this almost nightly for a week, which led to a middle of the night, half asleep, thought of these images... Continue Reading →
Almost every image I make is a self portrait. Those tiny bits of plastic become me. They represent my strongly felt emotions, my experiences. And through this I attach myself so fully to their image.
A series created in 2019 as a spin off from my Monochrome | Polychrome series. I believe I had more images planned but they never came to fruition.
I created these images in 2018 with a porcelain clown from Goodwill, doll dresses from the dollar store and Ikea dollhouse furniture. I never shared them with you here, so now I do.
A new antique experience yesterday! Cool Stuff Vintage at Cork Arts District in Jacksonville, FL. Open the first weekend of every month. Website - https://coolstuffvintage.com/ Instagram - https://instagram.com/coolstuffgang I bought 3 little dollhouse minis - a Tomy refrigerator, a vintage baby with a broken head and a tiny wire wrapped chair.
A reflection on quarantine through the use of a bronze Joker action figure and handmade clay dogs. Click on an image to view it larger. That's 2 series down in 2021, with 24 images between the two of them and a 3rd series already in the works. I suppose I have a lot of emotions... Continue Reading →