Sunday, June 29, 2014

Doll Give-away

I would like to have a series of give-aways here, and this doll will be the first. I will draw the winning name from comments on Saturday, July 12.
I would love to hear about what YOU are doing-what kind of art, where you sell-if you do that, or if you don't make art-what are your interests? I'd love to hear. This is open for anyone on the planet.
Her construction is in the posts before this one, so you can see she has a glass body (two jars together), some paper and very old fabric for clothing. Her arms are just sticks with paperclay on the ends.
 She is just under a foot tall I think-haven't measured, but I'm guessing....Hope to hear from ya!!!


Penny said...

Happy to put my name 'in the hat'. I too make dolls - and also work punchneedle. Currently I'm making some stand alone dolls and have a another design in mind that I can't wait to tackle. You can see my work at my blog I sell sporadically - through local shows and people just asking to buy one or two. No formality here *smile*

Debbie Nolan said...

I am putting my name in dear friend. I have been behind in getting to visit this I am going to catch up now. Hope you are having a beautiful week !

Maywyn Studio said...

She's a beauty! YOur dolls have fantastical personalities.
Wow, there's so much to read here.

Art...after seeing van Gogh's painting of a yew tree trunk, I scoped out my own, and took pictures. I've been working on that art wise.

Debra said...

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Julie said...

Debra, she is wonderful!!!!! Put my name in the hat. I would love the chance to win her.

The BUTT'RY and BOOK'RY said...

Oooo she is sooo LOVELY!!! The red hair is stunning!! :-D I LOVE her!!
Well first of all,I just want to
say how very unique and lovely your art and art style is! (No wonder it has been published, and more than once)!!!
I find myself dabbling in many type of mediums but painting and making miniature things seem to happen a lot. This week I whittled a teeny tiny peg doll that is so cute! I am also having a lot of fun making doll clothes with hand stitching, using hankies and antique laces and vintage and some new fabrics. It's great fun!
I have never really sold any of my craftings but art was an income for me for many years. (commercial
art; posters, logos,local advertising commissions photography and such)
And there was a time when I painted large murals (too old to climb now hee! But that was also a lot of fun!
I enjoy seeing all the very talented bloggers out here and I think it is a wonderful inspirational place with so much encouragement and lovely friendships to share!!
Glad I found yours!
Many Blessings and warmth, Linnie

Dee said...

Your so have a very unique style...I would love to be the winner of this treasure :)

Deborah Darling said...

I know I am too far away for the giveaway, but i just wanted to say how much i have enjoyed watching you make these dolls, they are a joy xxx

Anonymous said...

A give away how fun - I'm in!
As my heart is adjusting to new lifestyle changes and since my doctors and my physical therapist have put me on a no art diet - I am not creating these days. The only creative outlet I have at this time is time with my camera and I have to pick and choose wisely doing that - too much of a strain on my neck. Anyway, I live vicariously though your art and your lovely words. I appreciate that you share so much with your readers. Thank you! xo