I am a maker of dolls, sculpture and other art. This blog is about my daily journey.
Loving it even more. I don't know how you do it but I'd have to take valium to visit you because I would be just beside myself with awe with the work you do. And that trip to Tassie just might happen in the not too distant future. In-laws live in Prospect Vale.
Prospect Vale is about half an hours' drive away! I used to teach at Prospect High School part time - I retired from that job last year, (having seen the error of my ways) to concentrate more fully on my own work.
Love the chair. Her false smile is so funny!
The chair is wonderful! love the cushion. I'm sure she is smiling with pleasure! lol...Wonderful!Pam
Susie, she turned out great. Love the chair. You know as a testament to your teaching excellence, I have taken many of the tidbits you taught us at AFIC and am applying them to my own vision. Thank you so much. I miss your class and listening to your stories. Wish I could visit your beautiful country someday. By the way I have decided to give my piece I made in your class to the Breast Cancer art auction afterall. It feels good to do that.
Susie, I used to write (gave it up because the submission process wore me out) and this doll and her chair make me want to start writing again...you managed the perfect chair for her.
Susie... the chair is so well suited to compliment yet another, remarkable doll. I wanted you to know that you are our "Friday's Favorite" (blog to visit)... We celebrate YOU!Daryle, from Woodstown Whimisies
Susie, your site is delightful. I admire your talent and will be following your blog so I won't miss out on any of your wonderful creations. I'll have to thank Daryle and Katie for leading me to your blog.
Aww, thanks all! And thanks Daryle and Katie for the "Friday Favourite" thingy - I'll go and check it out.Cody - I'm glad you decided to donate that special doll. I do things like that too - make something that I think I'll never part with, but after I had it for a few months, I'm usually happy to pass it on.
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