Sunday, December 28, 2008



This year I also created more art dolls. While the majority of them were collaboration efforts, this one that I created for my friend Tricia for her birthday was not. Tricia loves Native American style and she doesn't care for necklaces unless they are long pendants, so a freeform necklace was out for her birthday. I decided to sculpt an Indian for her. This art doll is a stump-type doll, using an aluminum foil base covered with nylon hose. The Indian is dressed in ostrich skin and rabbit fur. The headdress is axis deer skin and the feathers are wild turkey. The adornments are sea urchin spines and carved bone beads. Needless to say, Tricia was thrilled with her birthday present this year.

1 comment:

Veleta said...

this doll is so beautiful! I just love her! I also had to take down my beaded doll I was giving away for a couple days (jumped the gun to early) so your comment on her never go it... if you can you are welcome to go back to my blog and re enter it...