Installation of Doll House for Doll Play - an exploration of the doll cultures playful side.
Reverse glass painting - acrylic on glass
A drawing/painting that depicts a dance event to celebrate the goddess.
A mix of digital photography, painting and drawing that shows the artist's muse her childhood doll Hazel at the Hoboken waterfront.
A picture of Hazel the doll at the Neumann Leather studio. Mixed media - photography, drawing, and painting
Hazel looking out the Neumann Leather Studio window - photo, colored pencil and paint
Hazel killing time perched on a Hoboken construction site - a photo with drawing and painting.
An image of Hazel waiting for a train in Hoboken - a photo with drawing and painting.
Hazel basking in the sun in the garden. Photo, drawing and painting.
Hazel atop a Hoboken sewer cover - a digital photo with drawing and painting.
A digital photography of the artist's childhood doll and muse. With colored pencil ink and acrylic drawing.
An image capturing my experience as a kidney donor. Reverse glass painting with ink drawing.
This is an image of the letter D in the Doll language. The symbols for letters are based on stitching and sewing styles and tools.
Reverse glass painting celebrating the joyful existence of the dolls. Using the scratching technique of reverse glass painting.
The goddess being authoritative.
The egg is an important image in doll culture - this image is a reverse glass painting using the scratching technique.
Acrylic on canvas - a conclave of dolls to see and honor the goddess
An acrylic painting that shows the full beauty and power of the goddess. This style of painting is inspired by the artist's love of Australian Aboriginal art.
A mural that helps to describe the legal system of the doll culture.
Reverse Glass Painting of a typical curvy doll from the doll culture.
This installation is a gathering of all the members of the Doll Legislature - they are wooden, painted sculptures.
A detail of the Legislature - showing the drawings and writings of the Doll Laws.
A close up of the details on the Legislature sculptures.
this is an installation depicting the book of laws of the doll culture. A celebration of their language.
A mixed media installation of wooden sculpture and murals on paper and canvas depicting the legal structure of the Doll Culture.
A large painting/drawing on paper that introduces the viewer to the importance of each type of member in the doll community.
The goddess with her guardian at her side - always together.
This view of the installation shows it all.
The full force of the power of the Legislature
A cross cultural borrowing from the brilliant Aboriginal cultures of Australia.
Doll Culture #5
Doll Culture #5, mixed media, 2006.
Doll Culture #4
Doll Culture #4, mixed media, 2006.
Doll Culture #3
Doll Culture #3, mixed media, 2006.
Doll Culture #2
Doll Culture #2, mixed media, 2006.
Double Headed Goddess
Double Headed Goddess, mixed media, 2006