One of a Kind Dolls sculpted from polymer clay..Fairys, Ghosties, Children and other Magical Beings
Monday, November 10, 2008
Neither Hair nor There
When I walked into the studio this morning, I found Beatrice and Miss Pennythistle in heavy converstion about which hair color Beatrice should have. It was so intense even the fairys got in on it! Miss Pennythistle thinks one should always stand out in a crowd and be the center of attention! While Beatrice prefers the color of her hair to match the color of her eyes..a phantomly pale almost non existant blue. The ghostly little fairy thinks it should be something similar to her own pale locks, but I don't think either Miss pennythistle OR Beatrice could give a care what she thinks!
I am a self taught artist, and have been in the ooak doll market since the early 80's.I do mainly fantasy figures and now focus on my ghosties.Edward Gorey inspired Victorian children that have met with an early demise. I did a line of dolls for Richard Simmons that was on QVC in 1999. Among collectors of my work are Richard Simmons, Demi Moore,Anne Rice, Whoopie Goldburg, Ray Liota,and disney animators Eric and Susan Goldburg.