6.20.2010

GIRLS ON PARADE

BARRIERS, PROTECTED HEART, HOLE IN MY HEART

Okey, as you can see these are dolls and not girls.
But not just ordinary dolls - oh no!

There are deconstructed / reconstructed baby dolls. I started with used baby dolls which I dismembered (sorry everyone, but that's true). And these little girls were made by use of found slabs of wood, wire, a balsa box, tree bark, fabric, tail reflectors and rusted tin cans. Each is an unique piece of art that hangs on the wall.

The three pictured are part of the collection in my exhibit Frayed, at San Diego's Ray Street Custom Framing + Gallery. The art can be viewed Tuesday through Saturdays from 11AM - 6PM. Additional information is provided on their site.

Hope you stop bye for every doll needs love!