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Buffy the Bison is handwoven with polymer clay legs + hooves + horns. His beard, tail and family jewels are of natural sheep flocks.
Buffy the Bison is a cousin to Ralphie, the CU Buffalo's mascot. She is a had woven version, with polymer legs/hooves and horns and sheep's flocks for beard, tail and dangly parts. No feeding requi...
Feeling Sheepish is embellished with a face and ears of polymer clay, legs of tree branches, and actual sheep flocks around the face.
This bird has sea urchin as legs and milliner's flower stamens as a tail. The matching earrings show the warp of the hand weaving via knotted fringe.
This is the smaller, wearable version of "A Little Sheepish," with hand woven body, polymer clay head + ears, yarn tail and wire feet, with matching earrings.
6 x 7" / Hand woven textileA Little Sheepish honors weaving's roots in sheep's wool. Since my hand woven fabric is challenging to articulate fine detail, I explored working with polymer clay for th...
20 x 12" / Hand woven + mixed mediaThe Koshari is my signature piece. He is a Hopi "clown"; performing at tribal ceremonies, acting out those behaviors the tribe is NOT to emulate. I designed him...
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