Archive for March, 2010

“Petunia” The Beauty Queen

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010

Beauty Queen

Petunia sold over the weekend, I’m listing some of the altered Barbies from last years “Barbie Redux” and some of the ones featured in ADQ for sale on etsy, in case there is interest in owning one. My etsy link is in the index.


Sunday, March 28th, 2010

I bought a juicer a few months back but find that most raw veggie juice almost makes me want to puke, I def have to have carrots or a green apple in the mix just to get it down. any body else juice? have a palatable recipe? I really want to learn to like it, all those raw veggies are so healthy…

spent nearly all day going through film and slides, I bought a slide and film converter, its fun seeing things or events I had completely forgotten about. And fun seeing old photos of my boy when he was but a babe.

Here are a few watercolors from my watercolor phase quite a while back. I was very much into fashion and Vogue magazine, these reflect that I think. This first one is one of my favorites and I do not know what happened to it. These were done on very large sheets of paper.


move out of my way!

water 3

MOMA NYC Tim Burton exhibition

Wednesday, March 24th, 2010

I would love to see the exhibit by April

Tim Burton Exhibit

Munny Homage: Camille Rose Garcia

Saturday, March 20th, 2010


lil’ cluster of Chump Change

I wanted to give these munnys wicked cool eyes, so I mimicked the style of one of my favorite contemporary artists Camille Rose Garcia


Saturday, March 20th, 2010


Munnys come with big clumpy paw like arms, which I don’t like so much, so I created little flippers instead.


Friday, March 19th, 2010

I’m an auntie again!! Absolutely smitten with this little angel!!

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Cuz its Thursday

Thursday, March 18th, 2010

One of the dish towels my momma made and gave me last year. Its that bunny time of year and I adore fine craft.

dish towel

Sunday Best

Wednesday, March 17th, 2010

Sunday Best

I was possessed when I started this painting. It was not intended to be a pug, but something took over and boom there she was! Possessed I tell ya!


Monday, March 15th, 2010

Megan Noel

Sunday, March 14th, 2010

I adore good snail mail and yesterday’s mail was the best, a surprise from Megan Noel who is just one of the most thoughtful of person’s I have been lucky to meet online. Along with a Mark Ryden image post card from the Yak series which she knows I love, one of her wonderful, paintings titled “Winterscape”. The sweetest little canvas I have ever seen. The image, in the signature style that she has developed and explored for quite a while now. If it were not signed I would still know it was by her hand. Carefully applied and thought out, what always strikes me most about her work is how I can envision the love of painting with each stroke applied. Its the pure joy of creating, of applying the paint that comes through to me. The meticulous mindful care and focus, the same as that seen her delicate and refined bead work. If you aren’t familiar with her art check out her website: Megan Noel

xoxo my sweet friend!!