Monday, March 30, 2009

She who ponders

Is she who scribbles in sketchbooks


and talking of sketchbooks
Sketchbook Project
The Art House Sketchbook Project made it into the Brooklyn Daily Eagle.

Note
the doll is my wish doll made out of cloth, wire, my hair, leather, clay feet
and wearing a Turkish evil eye bead (nazar bonjuk) on the wrist.
and to my son

HAPPY BIRTHD
AYDogum gunun kutlu olsun!

7 comments:

Bill Evertson said...

And she ponders things such as how does Barbie breath in that stupid blister pack or does she think her jewelry protects her from the evil eye. OMG - I clicked the link for the Bklyn Daily Eagle and my sketchbook was laying there. Looks like eight little squares on cover that are actually cutouts. Lol, your posts are better than that first cup of coffee.

JafaBrit's Art said...

What a lovely surprise you got with my link :) how cool eh! and if my blog entry beat first cup of coffee, WOW! now that is rockin'

I am hoping the bead protects me ;) but yes, how does barbie breath lol! What I am pondering is what fabric to use to make a penis ahem! it will be the dickhead from the disastrous dinner.

Lana Gramlich said...

Congrats on the Brooklyn Daily Eagle listing! The doll's really cool.

JafaBrit's Art said...

Hiay Lana, I think Bill should be pretty chuffed his sketchbook is in the article photo, woo hoo!
glad you like the doll, she hangs around my studio quite a bit.

Sheree Rensel said...

Hey Girlie, Just checkin in. I saw that Brooklyn article. I still think it so weird our stuff is traveling around to so many cool places. My sketchbook has a more interesting life than I do!
Hey, you probably know about this website already. However, I just found it and thought of you. Check it out:
http://www.knittaplease.com/ABOUT.html

JafaBrit's Art said...

Hum, I know what you mean about the interesting life sheree lol! which is good that we can create one's in our artistic noodles.

Oh yea! love knitta please, thanks for sharing the link.

Kirsten Ashley said...

I love the doll. It's a very cool idea. I've always identified in a strange way with dolls.