This little shrine has been sitting in my "studio" for weeks, waiting for me to find inspiration. Today I put the finishing touches on it. I'm calling it "Faux Real"--so I guess it's kind of a commentary on society's tendency to embrace the fake and ignore the real. It's about 7" wide, 7.5" deep, and 9.5" tall, and it features a ceramic doll's arm, some clock parts, other found objects, and an image from a vintage anatomy book. By the way, the entire back-drop was built from scratch, using, among other things, MDF, corrugated cardboard, furniture parts, modeling paste, and pieces of chair spindle. I treated most of the back-drop with iron paint and a rusting patina.
The (sometimes mad) ramblings of a mixed media artist.