Once again I found myself applying art journaling to my sculptures. This time a cute little owl was born. “Believe in yourself” are such wise words, and what better to hear that from than a wise old owl! 🙂 I made him with paper mache clay and decorated with newspaper and acrylics.
Today I finished my paper-mache sheep sculpture using Jonni Clay. He has been affectionately named Gilbert by my kids. He evolved as I was sculpting, as my daughter who had recently gotten braces wanted the sheep to have braces too. Some polymer clay and wire did the job. I added a bow tie as a… Read More Gilbert the Sheep
Jonni Clay I discovered Jonni’s website when I 1st started paper mache sculpting about 7 years ago. She has a fabulous clay recipe which I have been using since then. It dries hard and is very durable. All my pieces are still in pristine condition.
I have always been fascinated with magical creatures. My favorite childhood author was Enid Blyton and her series called The Faraway Tree. The Wishing Chair was also a favorite. Goblins, gnomes and fairies still exist in my imagination today. Many of my pieces stem from these mythical creatures. This piece in particular is a work… Read More Magical Fairies
My daughter asked me to make this cute character Olaf, from Disney’s Frozen. He is such an adorable, happy character in the movie and was fun to sculpt.