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Saturday, 26 April 2008



Great new creations. My son bought me that same book..great tales of terror... I loved the cover too.

Frankie Kins

Oh, Lou! They're darling. I like Ribbons and I LOVE Sweets. It's like she is leaving a candy trail so she can find her way home....maybe?

How's the moving house coming? Did you find a place? I hope all of the details are working out just as they should just for you!


Beverly Kaye

I'm so glad I found your blog! I love the little girls who sport hair with a life of it's own!


Kelly Link is in my top 5 authors list. If you like Stranger Things Have Happened, try Magic for Beginners... it's fantastic. She also edits a zine with cool artwork, lit and poetry called Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet. I think it goes along well with your wonderful aesthetic.

Happy Day! =^.^=

A Fanciful Twist

I must find that book myself!! Loove all the hair going on!! I live for braids and twist and turns!!!!

Tons of good vibes for the move!! xoxo

pat (mum)

just trying to answer your blog, memory eludes me as it's been so long. wonderful wild hair, ribbons and coloured sweets, memories of someone l knew as a child. something to look forward to now l have a laptop again, somehow l don't think this will arrive, l must keep trying. luv mum xxx

Lorie M.

Lovely art and great book.

Art Dolls by Du Buh Du Designs

Your work never gets boring that's for sure! I love what you're doing with the girls hair...Thanks for the mention too:)

Katrine K

Great new works, I love that hair on those girls! (and thanks for including my work as well)


I love your newest works! I must tell you: the dresses your girls wear are always so charming; I want to add them to my wardrobe! hehe!

Wishing you the best with your move...


All so painfully beautiful...I am in love with the pastel hues and saturation of hair! :) And the bunny hats! Oh!! Loooove! :)

And Colleen has helped me along while painting and doll making many a rainy Sunday afternoon...I love the fairy tale noise of it! I always picture a plump, rather sad little hedgehog making his way through a snowy forest with a lantern for one of the songs...I can't remember the name just now. :)

Happy creating to you!! :)

Black-Eyed Suzie

Lovely new work! I'm curious - do you use doll images for those kinds of collages, or are they pure illustration? I can't wait to see what you do with your new dollie...I can't stop thinking about her. I've sniffing around a lot of bjd sites lately and am slowly collecting materials for/ working up the nerve to start one...My condolences on your move! Ech! We just moved, but that the smoke has cleared we are so much happier her than our old place...hope it will be the same in your case, making the dastardly move less painful. Also, have you read PD James? I've never read many mysteries, but I just read "Shroud for a Nightingale" - very satisfying!

Mike Jennings

My experience of American McGee's Alice was similar -- overlapping and pointed in a different direction. The designer claimed that Wonderland had gone horribly wrong as she grew up, but What struck me was this: What if it had been like that all along?

I've always been shocked at a child's tendency to simply accept injustice and even outright horror as a simple fact of life. I think as adults we've all had the experience of telling someone about some aspect of your childhood, and only realizing the full awfulness of it as you revisit it through adult eyes.

Hope your move goes well.


What eerily beautiful art you create! Your talent is amazing. I will visit often, now that I found your wonderful blog! Sincerely, Jann


Your art is stunningly beautiful and thought provoking. Have been 'lurking' for a while. Have been speechless, until now! You are just so talented and creative! Keep going because I don't seem to get my fill of your lovely creations!
Creative blessings


thanks for all of your comments!

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