Meet George the bone boy. George loves to blow thing up, or he did. Momma told George not to play with those red sticks the Soul Sucker gave him, but George didn't listen. Now George plays in the graveyard with his stick of dynamite and wonders why the other kids can't see him?
Pardon the interruption in our regularly scheduled program, but...
Before I talk to much more about George, to all you artists out there have you ever sculpted (or painted or whatever) yourself into a corner? That's what happened with George. I knew how I wanted him to look and I got him all sculpted but his arms and everything came to screeching halt! George wasn't happy. He didn't want a bird on his arm, he doesn't even like feathers. So round and round we went. And this is how George looked:
George and I just could not agree on anything. At that point, I was calling him no arm boy lol. Finally George told me his story, and I said, why didn't you tell me that in the first place?? LOL
Okay back to our regularly scheduled program...
He's completely hand sculpted, over an armature. Hand painted, and sealed. He is 6 1/2" tall, by 5" wide, by 2" deep. He has vintage watch parts for his right eye, and one on his forhead, you can still see the tiny rubies. His hat has some kind of vintage propeller thing, and on his chest are two found vintage items. The one thing says Record and Detach, T7306, Hurd. His feet are found bolts, There is a tiny skull at his collar. The tombstone is also sculpted out of paper clay, painted and sealed. I added a bit of moss to it. The tombstone is included with him. He is available in my Etsy shop click here :o)
Happy Valentines Day everyone!! Hope it's spent with people you love, lots of chocolate and wine ;o) xo Michele
I'm like most artists, I've been creating something for as long as I can remember. I have explored many types of media and love experimenting with new things. Mixed media seems to be where my heart belongs. I can combine my love of painting, sculpting, adding found object all into one. The Steampunk Soul series evolved after I took a job with a corporation--the Soul Sucker. I hope you enjoy my artwork! xo Michele