Applicant 2017_005

ARTIST MEMBER APPLICATION ~ Initial Image Review :: Images submitted by applicant for evaluation by the Standards Committee.

The Stork
All the details of the Stork are made of porcelain, except for the neck which is made of silicone. The wings are made of feathers. Eyeballs of wood that is painted with acrylics and covered with epoxy glue. The position of the eyes can be moved. The doll has two pairs of wings, another pair of wings are in open position. The neck is of silicone and is very flexible and can be bent to different poses. The rest of the joints are made with wire.

Materials: Porcelain, silicone, feathers, wood, wire, acrylics, thread, Epoxy glue
Size: 12 inches
Year Created: 2017

The Grasshopper
The doll consist of porcelain details that are assembled with aluminium wire. Eyes are made of porcelain. The eyes can be moved to different positions so that the direction of the gaze of the doll can be changed. Antlers are made of wire and covered with a layer of silicone. Thanks to the aluminium wire that is used in the joints the doll can be changed to different poses.

Materials: Porcelain, silicone, feathers, wood, wire, acrylics, thread, Epoxy glue
Size: 12 inches
Date Created: 2016

The Spider with a ballerina
The Spider is made of porcelain parts that are assembled with aluminium wire. The ballerina is made of silicone and has a wire armature inside. The silicone is colored and painted in a way that it resembles porcelain.

Materials: Porcelain, wire, silicone, glue, foam, thread / Spider
Size: Spider 9 x 4,5 inches, ballerina 7 inches
Date: 2017

The Twin Opossums
The Opossum dolls are made of porcelain details that are assembled with aluminium wire and can be bent to different poses. The eyes are made of wood, painted with acrylics and covered with epoxy glue. The position of the eyes can be changed. The mouths of the dolls can be opened and they have silicone tongues that can be given different positions.

Materials: Porcelain, wire, wood, acrylics, epoxy glue, silicone
Size: 6 inches
Date Created: 2016

Detail View: The Opossum