A tall being in Japanese air-dry clay, with tengucho mulberry paper.
She'll be available through:
An unfinished miniature in Kato Polyclay -- she was afterwards painted. She'd stand about 8 inches tall in stocking feet. Done listening to Vivaldi. Must admit, all of his Seasons sound wintery to me.
At the tail end of St. Patrick's Day.
My oh my, it's a race to get the Faery Finished and the Finished Photos up before the Auction ends TONIGHT! Time and I rarely wholly agree, but this is even more exciting than usual. A week of many and manifold disruptions, but we shall prevail! Back to the Work Table!
The same Paper Doll in her dress...
Part of a Faery Paper Doll set done for NIADA (National Institute of American Doll Artists) for their UFDC
(United Federation of Doll Clubs) lunch in Las Vegas last month. Other NIADA artists contributed some fascinating and diverse Paper Dolls for the event.
More soon on Globulous Gray Beings and Abject Fright.
This little creature is flitting about on eBay, with my blessings. Terry, the sweet woman who bought her a number of years ago, is having a rough year and parting with some of her fairies, in a good cause. If you'd like to take a gander, here's a link:
Click on the Image to visit Terry's Auction. I'm a bit belated; the auction ends tomorrow evening, Friday July 11)
A year today, astonishingly, since my mother's departure from this world. A curious day perhaps to work on paper doll sketches, but also somehow suitable, given our world. Anon, Friends.