This is "Lucinda" a Halloween Witch doll. She is a half doll sculpted from Cernit polymer clay with arms that can be slightly posed. She has hand painted green eyes with dark brown lamb's wool for hair. I gave her a cap of antique black jet beads with a bat for decoration. Her gown is made from a black antique handkerchief, hand dyed silk gauze and antique black lace....I gave her mixed media wings that that sparkle with beautiful black and orange glitter. Her necklace is glass beading with a skull. She hangs from a black gauze ribbon... OOAK.. She sells for $98.00 plus $8.00 U.S. priority mail to the United States. She can be purchased through Paypal; just click on the "Buy Now". Contact me if you have any questions.
Santa is a 12" figure with head, hands and boots sculpted from Cernit
over a strong wire armature. He has a soft body with arms that can be
posed. I dressed him in a vintage checker board knit for his pants and
cap. His coat is made from vintage red wool and he holds a stocking
filled with some vintage Christmas decorations. His blue eyes are hand
painted. He stands via brass rod and tube method so he can be removed
from his base. The base is handmade with snow and glitter.
Santa Claus is a 12" figure with a soft body and sculpted head, hands and boots over a wire armature. He stands with the brass rod and tube method and can be removed from his stand for shipping. I dressed him in handmade wool with a real mink collar. He has beautiful blue glass eyes and lamb's wool for his beard. The trim on his coat and cap is some antique trim I have been hoarding waiting for just the figure to put it on. He carries a few toys in his back pack and there are a few on his base... OOAK, never to be created again. He is not a toy, but a collectible to be treasured for years to come. This Santa has already been sold.
Another Alice in Wonderland piece sculpted from paper clay, painted with acrylics and sealed for longevity. The wood base is decopauged with illustrations by John Tenniel, the original illustrator.
I placed a silk ribbon ruffle around the Cat's neck and a decorated cap on the rabbit's head. The entire piece is approximately 10"High and the base is 2"x4"...
One of a Kind never to be created again.................and on the drawing board is a pink flamingo with Alice riding.
This tiny figure is around 5" sitting down. She has artist made eyes and red Mohair for hair. I dressed her in black silk gauze with pantaloons of dyed silver/black silk trimmed with silk ribbons. Her waist has been tied with a silver ribbon and her hat has antique jet black beading. She sits on a stool painted silver with a little sparkle added. Her wings are mixed media.
I finally finished Alice who is a 7" figure sculpted in puppen fimo and dressed in my favorite fabrics..."silk". She is holding a 3" Queen of Hearts. The Blue Caterpillar is sculpted from puppen fimo and the mushrooms are sculpted from paper clay....all are painted with acrylics and sealed.
This piece was pure joy to work on....and they have been sold and will live in a wonderful home.
One of my favorite books is "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" illustrated by Anne Bachelier.
Her art work inspires me and so I decided to do Alice with the colors she used in her illustrations.
There is a wonderful lady from Melbourne who hand dyes beautiful fabrics, ribbons and lace and
has a shop Raes Rags on Etsy. I had her dye some mommie pure silk for my Alice. These are the
colors that Anne Bashelier loves to use in her illustrations.
Picture of the front of the book along with fabric samples
Picture I am looking at for my new piece.
Her fancy shoes.. The base is made of pieces of wood from a puzzle.
The mushrooms are drying. I sculpted them from paper clay and have to paint them and
This Forest Fairy is a 9" full body sculpt of Puppen Fimo polymer clay. She has hand made glass eyes and beautiful red mohair for her hair. I dressed her in hand dyed gauze so you could see her beautiful body. Her wings are mixed media sculpted into her back. She has a beautiful glass beaded headdress and a necklace and bracelet of gold.
She stands by the brass rod and tube method on her wood base which has been decorated with hand sculpted mushrooms and ferns, stones, beads and moss.
This sculpture is OOAK designed and hand made by the artist.
She has been sold and flown to her new home.
Check out the Halloween Queen's Castle Bootique on April lst for new artwork by some awesome Halloween artists. I will feature my Pumpkin Head Lady. She is sculpted from paper clay and stands on a base sculpted from paper clay and apoxie clay. This piece is 11" tall and sits on a base with a diameter of 4.5". She is One of Kind never to be created again....I promise...because I cannot stand to create the same thing all over again. If I do it will definitely have a new twist. This was a fun piece and I really enjoyed creating the base.
I live in Natchez, Ms and during the Spring we have a Spring Pilgrimage featuring the Antebellum homes with the hostess ladies all dressed in antebellum dresses and the visiting gentlemen drinking Mint Juleps while their wives tour the homes.
When I finished this fairy, my husband walked by and looked at her and said,"Is that your Southern Belle Fairy?" So, that is how she came by her name. She is a 9" figure sculpted from puppen fimo with arms and legs that can be posed. I dressed her in a beautiful hand dyed gauze and antique lace with antique miniature flowers and iridescent beading around her pantaloons and wrists. Her wings are mixed media.
She sits on her own chair that has been made from a paper mache box and apoxie clay; painted and crackled for an antique look. This is a One of a Kind piece never to be created again. She is now in an Art Gallery and is no longer for sale over the internet.
"Violet" is a 9" figure sculpted from puppen fimo over a wire armaure with arms and legs that can be posed. She has hand painted eyes, mohair for hair and is dressed in hand dyed silk and gauze decorated with faux blue berries. On her tiny feet are felt shoes with a violet flower adorning them. She is One of a Kind (OOAK) designed and handmade by the artist without the use of molds. She has been sent to an Art Gallery and is not for sale over the internet.
This 9" figure is sculptured from an air dry clay with arms that can be posed. I painted her with acrylics and sealed for longevity. She is dressed in hemp silk textured crepe and antique lace with antique buttons and silk ribbons. She stands on a stand sculpted from apoxie clay decorated with real pebbles and lichens. For safe shipping, she can be removed from her base...OOAK sculpture. She has moved to her new home.
This tiny Witch sits in a reproduction high top antique shoe. Her head and hands are
sculpted from puppen fimo with hand made eyes and gray mohair for hair. She is dressed
in a cotton fabric with a silk collar and antique black jet beaded belt. Her felt hat is trimmed in
silk, feathers, antique jet beads and antique black lace.
Her pull toy is decorated with the same fabric as her costume. The pull toy measures 4"x 2" and is 10" tall from the tip of her hat to the wheels.
"Holiday March" is finally completed and consists of three figures marching with their musical instruments. The leader is a 7" Elf followed by a 6" Pumpkin Head and a 5" Snowman. They are all sculpted out of Creative paper clay, an air dry clay. Using a technique taught by Jean Bernard, I covered them with kleenex that had been colored with acrylic paint and sealed them with 3 coats of matte varnish. They march on a base that has been covered with antique sheet music and crackled for that warm patina. All figures can be removed for shipping. This is a OOAK piece never to be created again. This bunch left me and moved to their new home.