One of my mini portraits featuring a true "golden" smile. 5x7"
A cute pug with a wrinkled face and crumply ears. Mini portrait, 5x7".
Orange Tabby Cat
An inquisitive orange feline. Mini portrait, 5x7". SOLD
Toy poodle made with mohair curls for a pop of texture. Mini portrait, 5x7".
A curious little cat. Mini portrait, 5x7".
The Chameleon won three awards at the 2014 Bolton Fair! (SOLD)
"The Fox" was displayed in the Bolton Library this summer. He is felted with alpaca fiber and various wools. (SOLD)
This piece was a challenge but a lot of fun to felt. With this sweeping landscape I wanted to portray the power and speed of the fighting bucks.
Great Horned Owl
Great Horned Owls have sharp eyes and stunning feathers which were fun to felt. (SOLD)
American Kestrels are the smallest birds of prey! This felted kestrel, made for an 8x10 frame, is larger than it would be in real life.
My favorites, Chickadees are very cheerful, friendly little birds. (SOLD)
Bright, sunny, and cheerful, American Goldfinchs are just as glorious to see in the winter as they are in the summer! (SOLD)
I love seeing these birds in the summer! If you wait quietly underneath a hummingbird feeder, they will come very close. (SOLD)
Every once in a while I spot an oriole in the backyard. They love oranges! (SOLD)
This wolf is made out of sheep's clothing....
My favorite type of owl, Barn Owls are very calm and serene. They look wise and peaceful. (SOLD)
Southdown sheep are one of my favorite types of sheep. They are a stocky, friendly heritage breed with soft wool. (SOLD)
Scottish Highland Calf
Also known as "fluffy cows" on the internet, Scottish Highland Cattle are growing in popularity due to their stylish locks and docile personalities. I enjoyed creating the "windswept" hairdo. (SOLD)
Scottish Blackface Ram
Scottish Blackface sheep are a hardy, majestic breed. Ironically, I used Icelandic sheep wool and alpaca fiber to make this piece!
A mini portrait fashioned in the primitive-anitque art style. 5x7" (SOLD)
"The Bolton Library" was on display in the real Bolton Library during my exhibit there in June-July 2015.