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Stones Like Jewels

Tall, golden, her hem encased in memories from old postcards. Adorned with precious stones gathered from a quiet beach in Spain. Seems like a life time ago. Advertisements

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Bottle Pod Goddess

Tall Bottle Pod Goddess , or so she calls herself. She consists of paper, clay, old silk curtains, made in USA dulled scissors and bottle tree pods I harvested from an Arizona backyard.

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A Tribe of 3

A tall tribe of three, paper mache, clayshay, polymer clay, colored pencils, paint, fun.

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Velda

Velda, sits each afternoon on her large, shaded porch, holding court with a cold glass of sweet tea, two cats at her feet, and a random bird on her shoulder. Velda dresses in pieces of silk and lace scraps, woven with … Continue reading

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Dolores

Dolores, full of salacious escapades, of which she’ll happily share with anyone over a glass of chilled vodka.  She runs from the passing of  time with bright red hair and all shades of eye shadow. Garish is not a word … Continue reading

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Geneve

Geneve, named herself, wasn’t always a mermaid, but found there weren’t many choices for one so slinky and long. She’s comfortable in cool waters or coiled on a warm rock and happy with the simple choices a mermaid needs to … Continue reading

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If I Could Fly

Dusty, carefully made the wings from scratch. Her grandmother taught her the secrets when she was small. She can be seen running down abandoned streets, hoping to catch a breeze that will lift her where she wants to go~ away.

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