Dec 11, 2010

Anneelaw leaves Robyn

Maybe what Anneelaw loves is to write with her powerful pen. I just liked the sentiment on this charm, and the way it looks hand written.

Anneelaw has a translucent "lampshade", with some wire sewn in for support. I tried to make the eyes the same colors and shape as the eye in the hand. Together (in profile) they make a kind of cubist portrait. I like that this is removeable - it just slides over the glass bauble on the stand.
However I don't think this must stay this way. Perhaps someone down the line will want to stuff the head or mount it higher.

Here's wire and glass beading, picking up the colors Arlee selected. My thread of her life is wire.
Here's a crochet copper band of buttons, some bling. It's waiting to be something - a headband, a necklace, a belt, or just something to adorn the box?
Front page of my journal folder.

Journal pages. Some of the tie dyed paper I made with Jayn - I particularly like the center that has the look of shattered prismatic light.
I have to say that I couldn't get any tool up under the center to move the bolt holding the glass knob. I may have done something different had I been able to take it apart - but maybe not.


Gail V said...

Love it, Robyn! This is a very 'artsy' doll, indeed!

Yvonne said...

She is turning out to be really cool. Love your idea!

Magpie's Mumblings said...

oooooooh ---- double ooooooooh! I'm loving the direction Anneelaw is taking!! Thank you Robyn. Can't WAIT for her to come home so I can see her for 'real'. THANK YOU!!

madyjojjef said...

Hy Robyn,
Art has no sound but its attract, your doll is pretty cool specially that ear rings.
please post your oldest collection.