Friday, April 25, 2008

W.I.P pt. 3


I have been working on these for awhile now. Trying to work them until I was pleased with the project in whole. I thought I would share my progress so far. These started out as individual dolls that throughout the creative process became one. Nothing ever seems to be what I intend it to be from start to finish.


I want these dolls to be complete as an individual piece, but I am finding just as in life that when a creative soul is not connected to another they just are not complete, it is through creative friendships that we become inspired and complete in our creativity.

5 comments:

akeorlando said...

Wow! These are pretty cool! I just discovered your blog. Do you offer any of your art to purchase online?

My friend and I run an Orlando/Central Florida blog, and are constantly looking for content, particularly local individuals.

green phoenix said...

Hello there,
I don't know anything about dotee dolls but am seeing them a lot on my web travels.I love the way these interlink, it really works!
Hope you got my mail.....

Belinda said...

your thoughts make this fabric project even more special! i thought at first at siamese twins, but then scrolled further and saw that they are two individual dolls. fabulous idea! and of course i love kaffe fassett fabric, the clay faces and the beaing - brief - everything!

Jacky said...

Jill these are sooooo wonderful! I love how snugly they fit together and those beautiful fabrics and beading.... what a wonderful project (and very individual)

Orit said...

I like the dialogue between the dolls, it's terrific creation