Twin angels, their bisque trepanned; eyes empty

This image, a detail of one of my assemblages involving old porcelain dolls. Their halos are of sterling wire.

Perhaps the twins ought to’ve been named Castor & Pollux (based on my aesthetic propensities)

But "twins" is so much simpler. In the meantime, (before I take better photographs), here is another angle of the Angels, with their fine gauge halos of sterling— not gold. (Note the trepanned skull; place to affix a head of hair to a bisque-built head.)

Two new works: Machines Number 6 and 11

Left: Machine Number 11: Twins;  Right: Machine Number 6: Flightless Angels Art! A sunday spent in air conditioning, making a mess and making a couple of assemblages. The one on the left involves a frame that was sent to me years ago by Beth (The Mad Framer). I cut a small piece of wood for… Continue reading Two new works: Machines Number 6 and 11