October 19, 2010

Wow! It's been along time! (and I have a new piece- finally)

I bet you are all just as bored as Mac is, hmmm?
I'm so sorry I have been such a bad host. 
I have been dealing with medical issues that have kept me from doing much in the studio. 
It's hard to sculpt when your hands and eyes are working with their own agenda.  
At least the doctors are trying to figure it out now.
They've done MRI's, CT scans, lumbar punctures, EEGs, EMGs and tons of blood tests, but we are still not sure what is wrong. Hopefully the next trip to the Neurologist will shed some light on things. But until then, I'm just keeping things positive and working in the studio when my body will hold still long enough to sculpt. 

I managed to finish "Sing Sing Sing" who has now been renamed,
"Twig Sprite Sings The Blues"
She is my tribute to all the amazing divas who inspire me with their musical magic.

I'd love to hear what you think of her. 

I haven't decided if I will keep her or offer her for sale. 
I've become quite attached to the lady. LOL

If she starts looking for a new home, you will be the first to know.

Time for me to wobble off to bed.  
Sleep is a great healer,
PLUS Mac is waiting to warm my feet! 

Moonbeams & Blessings
Jesi & Mac


  1. She's wonderful and your lazy cat looks just like mine. Hope your feeling better and they find out how to treat what debilitating you soon!

  2. I really enjoy the natural elements you used. There is a strong spiritual connection you can't help to feel. She reminds me of a celebration, a goddess singing praises. Certain pieces you just can't help but to get very connected with. It does make it very difficult to part with those. I still have two my husband absolutely loves and insisted he didn't want me to sell.

  3. Littlebitwired - thanks so much for the comment on my doll. She was really a bridge getting me back into working with my dolls. I'm doing OK and we are closer to a diagnosis. Nothing concrete, but we definitely know what it is NOT. LOL And that took a lot of stress off me and the family. Mac, the lazy kitty, is still inspecting all my work and giving his opinion. He particularly liked a pair of wings I was working on. So much so that he decided they should be his. LOL So... I need to make a new set of wings. :)

  4. Thanks you so much for your comments on my new doll, Mrs. Art Doll Maker. I am so honored that you felt the spirituality come through in her.I love using natural elements in my dolls. I'm a country girl by nature and birth and I think I can add more spirit to the dolls by bringing a bit of Mother Nature into them. I'm still undecided about selling her. I think perhaps I need to spend a bit more time with her. :)