Please note That this doll is technically a second. As you can see in the up close photo, the upper right wing has a flaw. The art smeared when I first varnished her there. So I had to varnish the rest of her winged with a different medium. I couldn’t repaint the wings at that point. I don’t feel it detracts from her.
Price reflects minor irregularity in the piece.
Amelia, Moth-heart is ready to take off into the night sky with her flower goggles. Her main predator is the bat, but she has befriended one sort of and he lives in her little cage. Amelia may be my favorite doll of this collection as I have been wanting to make clay moth wings. The wings were painstaking I took four hours just to paint the wings for one doll. Her little cage was gold and I created the yummy verdigris patina on it. She is created from a vintage doll paper clay polymer, clay, layers, and layers of paint imagination and love.
The flower goggles are fixed in place and do not move.
I love nature, and this collection is in honor of earth, the sky and some of its winged inhabitants.