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 … Continue reading Pink & Green
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 … Continue reading Not Clown
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 … Continue reading Joker Alone
In elementary school I made a purple mansion out of balsa wood, scaled to my Fashion Polly dolls. In middle school I carved the Mortman Mountain from The Series of … Continue reading Making Miniatures
A dollhouse article I clipped from Style Magazine when I was 12 years old and still have to this day. One of these days I hope to share a Dolls … Continue reading A Doll’s House, Style Magazine, January 2004