a place for sharing my artistic journey through this life.....

Tuesday, 22 June 2010

Balance

Balance is my latest offering! She was started before our move to WA and is made of mainly recycled items including a body scrubber thingy, old forks, rusty metal and a pony shoe dug up on our property. Any one who knows me will laugh as this is my favourite truism - that we have to get a good balance in our lives....and a move to unfamliar parts certainly puts a strain on that theory BUT it is about taking a breath, looking up, being wise and holding on until the balance is better!

15 comments:

Heather Elizabeth Brauner said...

COOL! I love the Hair !

Sherry Goshon ODACA said...

oh she is wonderful looks like the move has been good for your soul...i love found objects and wow she speaks to me and I laugh awww balance as artist that's a hard one isn't it teehee

Georgina said...

What a fabulous doll!

Karen Mallory said...

Wow! She is a great doll Linda! A great found objects piece. I love her!
hugs Karen

Healing Woman said...

What a beauty! You are very inspiring.

Cindi said...

Wonderful piece. Very talented artist....you inspire.

flyingbeader said...

Linda, she is wonderful!!!!! I can't wait to met you in Columbus next year.
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creativedawn said...

Gosh, is your "move" responsible for the "edgeyness" of this piece? WOW, wonderful ... I like her head (hair)!

hugz, Pam

About Me said...

Very interesting piece. I love the use of recycled items, especially rusty ones, in pieces. It adds such a different quality and appeal. Thanks for sharing with us!

Linda Misa said...

Thank you all - your encouragement inspires me! See you in America 2011!

Fran said...

Balance is fantastic. Love the use of all the recycled items.
Glad your move was good for you.
Love your creations.
Hugs
Fran

liz kettle said...

What an amazing piece of art! I agree that balance is so necessary and so often hard to find! Thanks for sharing your art!

Wylde Iris said...

Terrific doll and very inventive. I enjoy your other work as well.

Edwina Sutherland said...

Amazing! Love the hair in particular. What is it?

Linda Misa said...

Thank you all. The hair is the little wooden pegs of a body scrubber.