Behind the Scenes - The Making of a Paper Clay Art Doll

Happy Monday everyone!  Remember that video I kept talking about making?  You know, the one where I take you behind the scenes and show you how I create my art dolls?  Well, it's finally finished and ready for viewing!  It took a long time to make because, I takes awhile to make a doll.  Sometimes, I need two weeks just to finish one.  Add in the fact that I am usually working on three dolls at once then, the process becomes even longer.


I finished doll number two last week.  Here is my mermaid art doll in an assemblage piece that I have entitled "Free".




The idea for this piece had been floating around in my head for quite some time.  I kept thinking about how people try to put things in a box or, a cage that simply don't belong there.  Whether it be a human or an animal, we all have the right to be free and to live our lives as the Creator intended.



Enjoy the video and if you should have any questions, please don't hesitate to leave them in the comment section.


                        


Wishing you a fabulous, creative week,
Sharon
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The March Of Kindred Spirits -Paper Clay Art Doll Assemblage

Happy Friday everyone!  I'm so excited to share with you all my new art doll!  I love everything about this piece!  Her pose, her hair and her little friends!






I found the small wooden animals at a thrift store a couple of months ago.  I wasn't sure at the time how I would use them but, I knew that I would use them someday in an assemblage piece with a doll.

It became clear after I posed my doll on her base that the animals were the perfect fit for this piece.  Everything seemed to just fall in line, pardon the pun, lol!



It was very difficult to get a good overview of this piece with just photos.  I decided it would be best to put together a short video to showcase it.    I hope you enjoy watching the video just as much as I enjoyed creating this piece.




                 



Have a happy weekend!

Sharon
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