Category Archives: My Artwork

Mixed media artwork created from recycled materials.

Sammy

Sammy is not a clown, I refuse to make a clown, but some how he resembles a clown! Sammy’s body is a knife block and his head is a light fixture. His tie is a heavy plastic material that was … Continue reading

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Gone Native

With her wild hair and face paint, this little girl is ready for the jungle or the kitchen. The body was created from a candle holder as well as the legs. One arm is a wooden spoon and the other … Continue reading

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Family Treasures

The older I get the more I value the little things left from my families past. Most of these things hold no monitary value, but the sentimental value is priceless. In this piece I have placed items that may or … Continue reading

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Measure of Success

So often we tend to measure success by the amount of money the person has or by the other material things they have collected, but in actually the person looking in cannot measure success. True success can only be measured … Continue reading

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Bam Bam

Bam Bam is one of the first Dolls I created. The body is created from an empty cigar box and the right arm and leg are old pipe fittings. The eyes are circled with washers, the earrings are 8 hooks, … Continue reading

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DADA Dolls

When asked to do a ¬†class with the Summer Arts Honors program this summer I started creating a few samples for the students to look at, but little did I realize how much I would love making the dolls. Now … Continue reading

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