Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Kinda Kitties

Various degrees of Kitties, Kinda. I keep trying to make cats and well, you see the results. I'll keep trying but some are more catish and others are owlish. And others are just themselves.

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Reg the White Rabbit

A little too cool to fall down the hole and always on time, Reg is dressed for the Autumn. From a long line of white rabbits, Reg knows what's up. As my second and larger than expected Art Doll. He is hand stitched from all recycled materials and stuffed with fabric scraps.

Monday, November 21, 2011

Help from my friends

Every year is a learning lesson and we all know what happens when we assume. It is easy to get down on yourself and be sad. So I look to my fuzzy creatures, give them a squeeze and move on to the next new adventure.

Monday, November 14, 2011

Pupple One

This is Pupple One, my first Art Doll. He is hand stiched and made with all recycled clothing. Pupple is hard packed with fabric scraps. He's a little pup but was really fun to make. His arms and legs move too. He will be at Splash Gallery in Olympia for the Affordable Art Show for the holidays.

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Bats in my Hair

Halloween is one of my most favorite holidays. This year the bats stayed and put up shop. Not in my hair. But in the trees and in the shop. Much more huggy than other bats and of a very sweet disposition.

Thursday, November 3, 2011

Bird Woman Decanter

She sits in my living room, behind glass. Watching over me and my door. Out in the sun briefly but now back in the warm away from the wind.

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Before Hibernation

The nights are getting longer and the clocks will be rolling back soon. Frost is dancing on the fallen leaves. The sweaterbear is looking forward to a long nap. Not in a cave or hollow, but a soft bed or couch to be a source of comfort for the winter ahead.

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

The Magic Peach Pit

This large pit comes from a special variety of peach from England. Thought to be a one off, several Peaches of Extraordinary Sizes have been found all over the world. This particular pit half is on display at Splash Gallery in Olympia, WA.