Skeleton fairy house, close-up. Moose hip joint, wood, driftwood, plastic dollar store skeleton, air-dry clay, beads, embellishments.
Skeleton fairy house with four skeleton fairy kings.
Shadow fairy king, holding a plastic faceted heart.
Ghost skeleton fairy king, holding a plastic heart.
Skeleton fairy house, ghost skeletons.
I've seen a number of fairy houses in the neighbourhood, but they're not my style, so I didn't think I'd want to make one, until I thought about the little plastic skeletons I got at Halloween one year, and then I thought I'd like to make my own dark version of a fairy house, and here it is. What else can I say? This is so me...
For Canada Day. They need beerskis and baseball hats.
Canadian skeleton fairy, unfinished.
Both Canadian skeleton fairies. Unfinished. Air-dry clay baseball caps, wire for wings.
Muskoka chair with air-dry clay beer bottle. Unfinished.
Inukshuk for Canadian skeleton fairy garden. Painted face. Stones from the beach at Port Dover, and beside the Grand River in Paris.
Two skeleton fairies with baseball caps and beer bottles, sitting on their Muskoka chairs.
Two Canadian fairy skeletons, with an Inukshuk.
Stone, pre-mixed cement, sand, pebbles for the landscape. I'm trying to decide if I should make a small lake or not.
Made a little cabin to go with the beer drinking fairy skeletons. The door opens on real hinges. The smoke is made from steel wool. The window is a square of glass from the dollar store. The basic structure was a house-shaped shelf from the dollar store. Acrylic paint, air dry clay.
Door opened. Inside is a wood stove, made from air-dry clay, acrylic paint. The tea pot is a metal place card holder. Clock made from watch parts.
The wood stove, door opened (it has a real hinge, made from wire, and a bead. The flames are pieces of red glass, and the wood is driftwood from the beach in Gibsons.
This is the back. I sign my work mt forest, with a glyph I've been using since the 70's. I usually put a stamp on the back of my work too. Just for fun.