Friday, August 31, 2012

Loving "hello"

I have taken a small break from sculptures to take care of much needed things in life. I want to stop by and send  my "loving hello"  to all of you that cares about me and my work. Thank (((((you))))) so much for your support , patience and kindness too me. I feel loved by many of you recently !*grin*

I still have my last batch of dolls to list on my ebay. It will be soon. I should be back on my working table next week. I have many new ideas and can't wait to let the clay come to "life", grin, mean while I leave  you with this  wild turkey. Click on image  if you want to see him enlarged. This turkey was an animal that took me the longest time to make it. The gobbler feathers are from real white feathers that I sanitized and painted one at a time. The face is sculpted , left in clay  for realistic look ad the body was done with my own technique for bird making. He will be proudly display and available for purchase at the Philadelphia Miniatura show , upcoming Nov.



Angelsdoor * Penny said...

That is one magnificent turkey my friend! Beautiful work.
I am sorry I have not visited very often lately.. I too, have been tending to things at home.
Wishing you and family a beautiful weekend.
Love and blessings,

Rosethé said...

magnifique ce dindon ! Joli travail de sculpture et de patience, pour les plumes ...

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

I was just thinking of your yesterday my dear, knowing that you are extremely busy. This was a very busy summer and I am so looking forward to seeing how things turn out as I take each day as a step towards new things. I miss you.


Drora's minimundo said...

Hello to you too! The turkey is simply stunning!
Hugs, Drora

MALINIK said...

Hi Pat, this is beautiful, beautiful turkey:)) Great job as always!
Have a great weekend!
Ina :)

Ilona said...

Hello Tita! At first I thought you showed us a picture of a real turkey :D!! But then you wrote about how you did all the work for this gorgeous bird, I saw it was a real one :)! Love to see you back at work.
A big paw of the red cow ;) and warm hugs from me, Ilona

b.b.flockling * Rose said...

The children and I LOVE your feathery fellow, dearest Pat. Your diligence has paid off...he is so realistic I can hear his "gobble gobble"...all my love, Rosa

Giac said...

Hello Patricia,
It's so nice to hear from you!
The Turkey is fabulous! I just love the way you painted the feathers! As always, what a beautiful job!
Big hug,