MexiKahlo, painting

mexikahlo-felder-2016I was reading about Frida Kahlo and decided to create an adaptation of some themes. The painting is acrylic and charcoal, work-in-progress. The border/frame is photoshopped at this point.

 

OCAD: Urban Reflections, painting

The following painting will be a part of OCAD’s upcoming Urban Reflections exhibit, opening September 22nd. Still doing a bit of last minute tweaking.. rush rush rush.deck-ptg-felder-web

 

 

 

Ink sketch – clown

I was recently given some vintage scary clown dolls. An astute friend thought I might want to draw them, turns out she was right. The title of this one is Why so scared? – a shocker, I know. 🙂 Materials: ink, wash, watercolour pencil, acrylic. And bad quality paper!why so scared - web

 

Sculpture, twisted face

An odd little clay piece I did from a while back… the eyes are a bit confusing in that they were supposed to be the closed lids occurring further down the face, but in retrospect I think the holes above them might be misleading, which lends an entirely different impression. IMG_20160624_184759 sm

 

More sculptures

A few days ago I posted a paperclay and wire sculpture in progress, here a few snaps of the finished piece. He’s an indoor AND outdoor cat. 🙂

cat insidecat outsideI also decided to work on another piece that was sitting around. Not too sure what to do with it next exactly, it was more of an initial experiment with chicken wire and Sculpey clay, which one has to bake to set. However, his name is “Biscotti”. Apparently biscotti means twice-baked, which seemed entirely appropriate given I had to cook him twice.

biscotti