Saturday, November 7, 2009

Halloween Is Over, But Not For The Studio!

Halloween has come to close, everyone is getting ready for Turkey Day...However, the Studio is alive and well still working on Creepy, Gothic, Spooky Art Dolls and Paintings! I have finished up some pieces that have been collecting in the Studio and needed some fine tuning and embellishments. Here are some completed works from the Studio!

I'm always on the hunt for a SALE, and after Halloween Sales are great...However, I was in need of some foam skulls for my workshop that I'm taking over at Didn't come across any, but I found some great ribbon and FABRICS!

I got my painting done from my workshop that I'm taking over at

Working on my Gothic Series for DAG...Meet Gothic Annie!

"Witches Dance" was created for my Challenge over at DAG
Witches Dance is a Cloth Art Doll with an air dry clay sculpted face. I used numerous collage pages, acrylic paints and beeswax. Her hair is mohair and hand-dyed shawl over her face.

Polly Cloud was hand sculpted out of Polymer Clay and painted with numerous layers of acrylic paints.

I hope you all have a wonderful and creative WEEKEND! Remember, even though a Holiday has passed, it's never to late to create what you love...Halloween art will always be created in my STUDIO all YEAR ROUND!


Yve said...

You are so industrious! :o)

Pattee said...

I agree Halloween will part of doll making all year round as of now LOL!

So you've been "resting"~huh? You do a lot of things while you rest Lol!

I love your day of the dead painting... I love all the cool dolls you've finished and the DAG challenge dolls....

I think you are GREAT : )
Glad you feel better!

Tamara Dozier said...

I know what you mean, even though Halloween has past those of us that love it and create art for it just can't put it away for another year. I started on Christmas stuff but still am working on Halloween as well.

Kaerie Faerie said...

I just love Polly Cloud, you make the best Primitive Dolls, and I agree, Witches are good year round, I have a kitchen full of them, and I'm always hunting for more. Keeps this Scandinavian from burning food in the kitchen TEEHEE
Have a great weekend

Janice Moore-Petty said...

Delightful! Have a wonderful workshop!

Zan Asha said...

Girl, you are eatin' those Froot Loops again!! Dang, I STILL don't know how you do it!!

Hey feel free to show off your Monster In the Closet as ALL of the dolls are now officially up on the WildAtHeart blog :) Yours looks supah-fantastic, woman! Kudos to everything you do!!


Coastal Sisters said...

You have been a busy little bee! We just finished renovations on one of the bedrooms in our old Victorian home we are renovating and this room is being done in black and white so I can have my Halloween decor out all year long in there! It's always Halloween at my house too! I LOVE LOVE LOVE all of your new creations!


DellaRae said...

Wonderful work, as always. Saw my doll in the monster parade. Loved it.. can't wait to get my hands on him and see him in person.

Prim's by Kim said...

Wow! Everything is wonderfully charming, keep 'em coming!!

The Pearl Photography said...

Lol. You are too funny to read! I love everything you do, you get so involved and they always turned out amazing. And yes, it's true, sales after a holiday are always the best time to shop!

Caroline said...

Nice work!

Brigit, the Pug said...

Hi!! You are not resting as you should be, girly!!! I am a new follower. I would love for you to email me a question(I do free readings on my blog! Email me at!!!

And get some rest!!!

Pugs and Licks, Brigit

Wini said...

Great stuff! I really like the painting you did via Suzi Blu. Thanks for the link. The classes look like so much fun!

icandy... said...

Keeping busy... I love looking through all of your projects!!!


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