This doll is casted in milk like resin which looks almost like porcelain. The casting job was made by “Star Dolls”, which is known for high quality standards and excellent stringing. Tiny Tender Demon is only 21 cm high, and can easily curl in your palm. Twenty points of articulation allow the doll to pose in many poses, which makes her a great model for photo shooting.
Cornflower I love cornflowers – their beautiful color and their shape. They always associate to me with something innocent and gentle, something from the childhood when all the world seemed a magical undiscovered place waiting to be explored. The cornflower has been used as a symbol of tenderness, of fidelity, and of reliability. In several countries it is also a symbol of the end of war and a symbol of liberty. In ancient Egypt this flower was also a symbol of life and fertility and was accompanying the pharaohs after their death to their rebirth.
This cage was made as a decoration/doll furniture for the photographing. It is made from wire and laces, painted with acrylic color. The stand that is holding the cage is also made from wire and it's base - from the wood, so it can hold the weight of a small doll. The whole piece is 38 cm high. and around 19 cm wide. The inner space of the cage is 16cm high and 8cm diameter. The door of the cage is 6x9cm. In order to keep the door closed it should be tied with a ribbon (added).
This doll was made especially for the "Nightmare in Wonderland" show as a tribute to Tim Burton. When I was invited to this show I was thinking: what kind of doll should I make? And then it came to me - I am going to make Tim Burton himself, just I will transform him into one tiny demon girl. I have made a personality research, watched plenty of photos and interviews and then... well here she is smile emoticon Uncombable hair, open and a bit sad eyes, eccentric and shye at the same time. Striped feet - because striped socks was Tim's necessary accessory for many years, dressed in black - because that is what Tim is mainly wearing, and with touches of red - to reflect passion and drama of that creative personality. This doll will be presented in "Distinction" Gallery , Escondido, California, USA in April 2015
She comes from North and sings her magic lullaby, she covers everything with an underlay of soft snow and brings everyone sweet dreams, so the world has finally peace of mind and a good and deep rest. I am often using pompons as a decor in my doll's costumes, but this time I think my love to this fluffy decoration has grew into something big and unexpected. So here she comes wearing a gown made from threads. While making it, I had not just to cut threads in different length to create this particular shape of a gown, but also to untwist each thread by hand to make this fluffy finish. Another challenge was to embroider the threads – yes I know – sounds crazy no less, but I just needed the embroidered ornament on the top of the pompon skirt. The doll is carrying a staff with a tiny dream-catcher in diameter of 2 cm. I do not know if I will dare to repeat all this work, but the result makes me happy.
Sparrows – the little gray/brown birds – they are everywhere. Picking up seeds, making noise in the twisted branches of my garden hedge, fighting over a tastier crumb or simply sitting on a treetop and enjoying the sun. No one pays attention to them, no one admires them for their voice of beauty, but they seem to not care of it at all. They live their happy sparrow life, and they have no idea that the world is as it is because there are sparrows.