Monday, November 21, 2005

Evolution Of The Doll - Gregor

18 Months
2 Gallery Shows
And A Gazillion Bottles Of Wine...

Evolution of the Doll!
This is the last doll folks...

This week's doll star is...Gregor!

Base Artist: Young An

Artist Background: Painter and curator who always wears high heels. It's amazing really. She paints, she curates exhibitions left and right and she can whip up a mean Korean barbecue all on 3" heels. How does she do it? In-soles.

Base Round: Three pristine white canvases. Seems normal enough at this moment right? Oh, just you wait. Does the term psychotic break mean anything to you? Yeah, well keep on reading.



Round One: Lena Linoleum

Evolutionary Change: My progeny painted a very ominous scene on two of those formerly clean white canvases.



Round Two: LadyLinoleum

Evolutionary Change: Going with the daughter's flow, more paint. Yes incidentally, I CAN paint. I just don't paint too often anymore. Unless of course it involves a can of Krylon and a spray booth.



Round Three: Stevie

Evolutionary Change: Ahhh, there ya go. Legs turn them thar canvases from mere art to doll.



Round Four: Stacy

Evolutionary Change: Heavy metal hair fun!



Round Five: Stephanie

Evolutionary Change: Fleshed out with plastic netting.



Round Six: Dyane

Evolutionary Change: Um yeah, EXTREME makeover...Like I said above, the term psychotic break fits perfectly.



Round Seven: Jonna

Evolutionary Change: It's like an episode of Nip/Tuck over here...Facelift or maybe faceshift is the more apropos term.



Round Eight: Bea

Evolutionary Change: It is now a winged thing!



Round Nine: Laurel

Evolutionary Change: Footsies.





Round Ten: Janet

Evolutionary Change: Hookah and beaded butterfly buddies because when you've had that much surgery a little tobacco is not an issue.



Round Eleven: Bee

Evolutionary Change: Lashes and bangles, but of course.



Gallery View:



Evolution of the Doll!

That's all folks!

12 comments:

rose said...

Whoa! It's very cool, but you lost the fantastic paintings. I think I like it best at round 5. I'm gonna miss this series.

Nancy said...

Now, that's a doll with some "inner beauty" as well as outer.

So,

What's y'alls next group project??

Andy's Crafts said...

The cocoon of a butterfly. You know butterflies when in caterpillar form can devour forests in a heart beat. The doll is beautiful. Welcome to the Thanksgiving holday!

wendy said...

wow - that one made a huge change!!

Granny said...

Oddly cute!
I'm really going to miss the dolls.

Jessica said...

Oh, I love him!

I'll miss the dollies, but thank you so much for sharing them with us!

Ellen Bloom said...

It's the Evolution Revolution! Thanks so much for sharing the Dolls of 2005! They make me giggle, cry and wonder. You are all incredible!!!!

~drew emborsky~ said...

Wow... absolutely wonderful!!!

Tara said...

Awww.I can't believe it's over. My daughter was peeking over my shoulder. She likes the "scary capapillar". She asked if santa can bring her one, LOL.

Kimberly said...

A wonderful ending to the evolutionary doll process! I am going to miss seeing these as all of you are extremely talented artists! Kudos to all!

MomThatsNuts said...

too much I love it!!!!

Mom

krista said...

It just kept getting better and better, and each time I thought it not possible to get better- BETTER STILL!

Love it.