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Commissioned piece. This one was a pain, but I'm so excited with the way it came out! The tentacles are made the same way as I make the necks of my dragons. Simple, but doing eight of them was grueling. The Nautilus...well, I think I probably made it four or five times before I finally figured out how to do it right. So, yeah, pain in the butt, but a good learning process. Definitely learned a new trick or two while making this one.

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Bring a view of Spain to your own home. This book sculpture is made from a 1914 Spanish language school book. It features silhouettes of prominent and historic buildings. Each building is cut through the book's pages and bent to stand. Wire runs through the buildings for stability.

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Peter will soar on your tree inside this ornament. Made from the pages of Peter Pan, Peter and Tink sit inside of this ornament with text from the book in the bottom of the bulb. Text is free floating and can be gently shaken to the position desired.

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Each tree will be made at the time of order. It may vary slightly from the tree pictured. Each tree is made from the pages of a book, 1970s or earlier. All branches are hand cut. The tree is finished with a semi-gloss UV spray to protect against sun and moisture damage. They stand approximately 8.5 inches wide by 7.5 inches tall, though specific sizes may be requested. A perfect, simple touch for your holiday decorating.


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A unicorns dashes through the wildflowers in this book sculpture. The book used is a 1960's edition of Reader's Digest condensed books, the story depicted is "Bring Me A Unicorn". The unicorn stands approximately 5 inches tall, lined with cardboard for stability and wired through the book. The wildflowers are made petal by petal then fixed to the pages of the book.

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The portrait of the seemingly immortal Dorian Gray pops from the pages of this book. Framed by the book's cover, the half skeletal/half flesh portrait stares out of the pages.
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Sweet, innocent Reagan stands with a rose for her mother. Little does she know what is lurking behind her. Made from a 1980's copy of "The Exorcist" , this is the largest sculpture I have done to date. Both figures are wired through the book for stability and finished with a UV spray to protect against sun and moisture. The devil figure stands approximately 17 inches high. The tail has a wire center and can be twisted to any position desired.

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Simple sculpture using the illustrations from a 1960's edition.
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Alice has grown too big for this ornament! Illustration and text taken are taken from a copy of Alice in Wonderland. Illustration is hand colored. The text at the bottom of the bulb is free floating and can be shaken to the desired position.

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Rhea stands outside of her hut clutching the Pink Bend. Her mutie cat and serpent familiars lurk nearby.

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Commissioned piece made from the 6th book in Steven King's "Dark Tower" series. The crystal ball and fire place are both lit with colored LED lights. Most certainly my most challenging and time consuming sculpture to date but I am extremely happy with he way it turned out.

If you haven't read the Dark Tower series, DO IT. If you're a King fan, you understand how all of his stories are interwoven and I believe they tie into this series more than any other. You simply won't get everything King has to offer without reading them.
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