"Oderus Urungus the Myth" I sculpted this piece for a very special memorial art show run by Martina & Frank Russo of MF Gallery in Brooklyn, New York. They were really close friends with him and had put together and amazing show of work in memory of Dave Brockie. Dave Brockie was one of the… Continue reading Oderus Urungus the Myth
A still and eery baby in a thrift shop here in Arkansas jumped into my lap the other week. She/he/it was sitting in a crystal cup, wearing a christmas jumper. As I picked it out of the crystal cup it began to move and play the song "Jesus love me." Of course! It must be… Continue reading How to demonize a baby.. a walk on the fun side of Fall.
"King Killer Spirit & Doll" Finished! Entry into the Insidious II Competition. What a week! Many concerned looks from the folks at the River. I guess carrying around a wet doll with deamon attached look a little like a wet baby?! Oops! The Baptism is complete. Whew. This is the final image. . you can… Continue reading Insidious II Competition “In The River . . “
I've been working on quite an array of things lately. Just launched my shop on Etsy. I have a shelf full of dollies to finish off. And I can not wait to create more. I must catch these new ideas before it's too late. But before I get to them, I am working on a… Continue reading Bubble bubble Bubble.. Monsterous thing are so much trouble.
Hmm., this one is.. well, I just don't know what to say. I honestly don't know where these beings come from. Anyhow, I do believe I will actually put Tumm Tumm and Balthazaar into nesting cocoons.
Tumm Tumm Getting ready to pack up and put the ole' dolls back in the case. Here we go for round 1,000. But before I take off from here. I've aimed at creating 1 creature a day, but as time stands I can come pretty close to that. I lay before you a strange… Continue reading Creature A Day III ∆
I'm overcome by Noxious peeling away. The flesh of this doll, reveals itself to be more than I had prepared for. I like the technique I am using but somewhat taken back by the realistic qualities. Smearing the thick blood on the sculpture, feeling the ribcages ..... give me a sense of having an ability… Continue reading N O X I O U S
Punching hair into clay I have fastened a scalp hair puncher for the placement of hair into the fleshy sculpey. Punching hair into the scalp of sir Davis is no easy nor fast technique. I am a little concerned with baking the hair. But we humans do all kinds of shit to our hair, so… Continue reading JD Doll Hair
Presently I am sculpting a new creature inspired by the energy and likeness of Jonathan Davis of KORN. On my birthday last year in Hollywood California at Club 1666, I had the opportunity to experience JDevil's show. Perhaps, I was entranced by his pure Black Scalera's and was so taken by his presence, that I… Continue reading JD Doll