This is a OOAK art doll. My self portrait is inspired by a story I was told about an elderly Cherokee teaching his grandson about life. He tells the boy that we all have a tug of war going on inside between our better angels, and the devil. In the story the grandson asks who will win. The grandfather replies, “The one you feed.”
The heads, hands and feet are made of a polymer clay. Features are brushed with pigment into the wet clay and then painted with acrylics once the piece is baked. The armatures are wire, bulked out with batting and covered in a knit fabric. The costuming is achieved by many techniques such as using antique fabrics and trims with modern hand spun yarns, quilting, beading, overdying or distressing a costume to achieve the vision.
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