I love to paint and design dolls from paper and polymer clays. My husband Mike loves to make art from Driftwood from the Cumberland River that falls over the Cumberland Falls near our home in SE Kentucky. This blog is a chronicle of our work and what inspires us. A lot of my favorite things are antique dolls, surreal art and the sweet macabre if those two can go together. My husband is inspired by primitive art and the feel and smell of old wood. I hope you enjoy browsing through our pages.
Thursday, March 26, 2015
Count Down to Artistic Figures In Cloth & Clay (AFICC)
Just one month until the doll convention in Columbus Ohio and I am getting all geared up to be there and teach my first class. I hope my students are getting their dolls all sewn up and ready for paint. I am really excited as I have a lot to share. I want to give them more than just a technique but inspiration to create their very own personal characters. We all have a host of little people living inside, we just need a way to coax them out.
For more on the convention you can follow the link below.
Artistic Figures in Cloth and Clay Doll Convention Information
Cyndy Sieving is a wonderful artist and she can answer any question you may have. There are lots of artists to choose from so check it out and plan for an Ohio spring and join us.
Here are pics of the two dolls I will be teaching:
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