Monday, 30 November 2009


I think it helps to be a little crazy in my World, as I swing from one polar extreme to the other! Not long ago I was chopping up clothes and now I'm creating fairies and figures and little trays of eyes! It's never a dull moment, I suppose, as images refuse to stay in my head and find their way into the real world, one way or another!

A friend of mine was visiting last week, and a chance remark about one of my sculptures has produced a whole fleet of little female busts. They are based around the Star Children. The daughters of the Pleiades who have come to Earth to help us move forward into the Aquarian age. Given the bizarre weather we've been having lately, it's easy to believe that our world is in dire need of some spiritual help and it's with this in mind that I've been developing these ethereal beings. I'm not sure I can bring myself to leave them hairless though, so it's still a work in progress.

More eyes, and these are much nicer than the 'glass' ones which were actually painted beads!!!
Also, stay tuned for what to do with your burnt eyes! I think I must have a really dark streak as I've created a little friend for Gothmela. Lets just say that children everywhere will shudder!

Finally, a little bit of pretty to offset the thought of burnt eyed creatures! I've posted a few of my Dragon Scale necklaces in the Etsy shop at a silly price for Christmas.

I need to clear some space in the studio, and raise a bit of money to repair the roof, . All this wind and rain has torn the felt and I'm in the process of moving the perishables into the kitchen, so I'll be posting some other little ceramic goodies in the next week or two.

I hope that the weather is kind to you, wherever you are, and please stay safe. It's been a terrible time for us here in the UK and it's set to continue as temperatures drop, so please join me in sending out healing thoughts to those who have been hurt, or killed, or lost their homes.


Bovey Belle said...

Those necklaces look fun - hope you sell lots. Sorry to hear you have a leaky roof - that always sounds expensive.

We had our first frost this morning and I am glad of an extra fleece on top of the other four layers!

Gemma Mortlock said...

Hi Kim
So sorry to hear about Max, i'll keep my fingers crossed for him and send loving caring thoughts your way. I hate having sick and poorly animals, it is like having a member of the family ill, it worries me and i always feel sick with panic, my thoughts are with you and your family.
p.s thankyou for the lovely job you did posting pics of my journal and the kind words.

Yarrow said...

Thank you BB, this weather isn't very kind to anyone at the moment!

You're welcome Gem, your moley is lovely :)

Jasmine said...

I love the beginnings of your bust. I think some funkily felted hair would look wonderful. It is very easy to sculpt wool when needle felting.