One Oo A Kind Art Dolls
“A MODERN ANDROMEDA” $800 plus PA sales tax and shipping.
16” figure on a base of resin skulls and brass form. Made of ProSculpt on a wire armature. Wig is Alpaca.
In our modern telling, Andromeda is chained only to herself. She could easily walk away from her fate except for her own fears that bind her. She has a tattoo of Medusa over her heart in order to turn men to stone thus protecting her from pain. Along her body is a tattoo of the sea monster which emerges from her shoulder signifying that the “monster” is actually within her.
“Creole Stroll” $1,600 plus PA sales tax and shipping.
The term créole was originally used by French settlers to distinguish persons born in Louisiana from those born in the mother country or elsewhere. As in many other colonial societies around the world, creole was a term used to mean those who were “native-born”, especially native-born Europeans such as the French and Spanish. It also came to be applied to African-descended slaves and Native Americans who were born in Louisiana. The word is not a racial or ethnic label, and people of fully European descent, fully African descent, or of any mixture therein (including Native American admixture) may identify as Creoles.
20 x 26 x 12 polymer clay figures with synthetic hair and natural fiber costuming. The water is acrylic and is attached to the gator. The lamp is a “glow bat” with LED; battery is easily replaced on the back of the gator’s leather saddle. Pieces separate for shipping.
“Morning Dew” $400 plus PA sales tax and shipping.
6” figure, 12” total. Polymer clay, mohair wig, silk wings and flower.
The wee fairy likes to stroll within the garden early in the morning while the dew is still on the roses.
“CATCH OF THE DAY” $1,200 plus PA sales tax and shipping.
16”x 10”x 8” polymer clay, cloth, mohair wigs, wooden base.
Our pirate has been out fishing in the tidal pool today. One or both of these two has definitely made quite a catch.
“SISTERS” $1,600 plus PA sales tax and shipping.
36”x 18”x 16” polymer Clay, acrylic, mohair wigs.
Twin mermaids frolic at the water’s surface.