Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Art Doll

I've been participating in an art doll swap on my Yahoo group and this is mine. She started life as a fork and I gave her a restyle by bending the tines. ;oD Her "dress" is copper and blue wires just wound around, very therapeutic activity! After some tinkering about I managed to attach her clock face! Her arms are copper wire with plastic beads that have seen better days but I felt they suited my doll much better than shiny new ones. Her legs are one of my soldered vintage fuses and part of an earring. Once she was finished I decided to mount her onto something and so she reposes on a big piece of tringular metal that I liberated from the shed! I couldn't get a decent shot of the entire piece as the flash kept bouncing off the metal so this is just the actual doll portion, not a brilliant pic but hopefully you get the idea!


Judy said...

Wow, I think this is just so nice. Just wanted to say how much i appreciated your wonderful comments on my blog. It meant so much to me so thankyou.

Alis said...

Well she is just fabulous!
Love her.

zinkibaru said...

I love this and am very impressed at your metalwork. I wouldn't know where to start. Whoever owns her now (I've forgotten) is very lucky.

artfulzebra said...

Thanks everyone. :o) She was certainly fun to make!

Maz x