Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Inspirational Credit Where Credit is Due


My previous post was about my new little bunny headed, long-necked, volumetric flask-bodied creation, and a little about how it was inspired by some Etsy doll-makers. I tried to include as much of my genuine inspiration in my treasury as I could find, but then I remembered another artist who I do not believe sells her work on Etsy, but is instead represented by real (b&m) galleries and her own website. Her name is Denise Greenwood, and somehow I found her on MySpace (lucky for me!). Her work can be found on her website (http://www.artofgreenwood.com/) and an example of her interesting characters is shown here. Love those lips, Denise!

3 comments:

neesiegreenwood said...

Julie,

thanks for including me in your blog!

Great blog, I am trying to learn how to do it...not so good at it yet, though.

You are very talented. I love the mouse & the nude. I think you are having too much fun.... all the different media, that's how I feel, I made jewelry for years, & before that I was a painter. Just not enough hours in the day to do everything I want, but you seem to be managing!

Rod G. said...

Love that sculpture. Wonderful job!

Smartmouthstudio said...

I love your work - beautiful!