Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Angel Divine

"Angel Divine"

I've been trying to push myself towards creating more assemblage art work that incorporates 85% - 95% found objects. I've been looking back at some of my earlier work and really miss doing that style or technique of work. I've definitely evolved through the years and I like where I'm at today, but there is that little nagging voice calling out to me to sort of return back to my roots.
Angel Divine is available here.

Artist Jen Worden was looking for a few people to practice doing assemblage pieces with items that were sent to her from that particular individual, so I sent her my box of goodies a while back and she sent me this amazing piece right before Christmas.
She is an amazing artists with such vision! I love the energy and rawness of her work!!
Thank you Jen!

Sunday, April 15, 2012

Antique Show Findings

(old tools, metal funnel, vintage X-Mas tree lights, & unknown wooden piece with gears)

(door plates, mini saw blades, vintage wood tops, copper bowls, metal picnic spoons, & pin cube)

(silver paper foil trivets, licence plates, lace pieces, & rusted metal lamp covers)

HUGE bag of doll parts!! I hit the mother load with this find!

I didn't finish seeing the whole show because all of my little goodies were just too heavy to carry and I was tired. This antique show is once a month through October, so I have time to reload several times!!!

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Liberty and Justice

Baby Bald Eagle Photos

                                        Alcoa Davenport Community in Iowa is home to a pair of Bald Eagles who are raising their eaglets and the world has been invited to join them in their journey.  The parents are named Liberty and Justice, and the eaglets are in the process of being named within week or two. You will be amazed to watch this family of eagles: Bald Eagle Camera

Monday, April 9, 2012

Seraphina & Rachel


A fellow artist sent me a box of goodies and the metal pieces making the skirt were an awesome gift!
The metal pieces are from a metal collander that has been taken apart.