Been so busy!
I haven't updated here in a while, and this website is about to go through a major revamp, so please be sure to bookmark me here or find me either on Facebook, Instagram, or Deviant Art. I'm currently looking for a home in my local art district, yes, I'm looking to leave the "online" selling scene. I will still offer my eyes, tutorials, and maybe a few other things through Etsy, but I've given this a lot of thought. I really feel having your work in a reputable gallery allows you to connect with your community, meet your collectors face-to-face, and be part of something bigger with your creative efforts.
Oh... and one more quick note: I've had a lot of folks message me asking me for a fairy wing tutorial, and I promise, when things settle down a bit, I will create a tutorial for fairy wings as well. I'll be adding to my eye tutorial, so if you purchased that through ooakartistemporium.com or A for Artistic websites, or even my Etsy Shop, PLEASE follow the link in the tutorial to request to join the private "Let's Make Eyes" group. You MUST answer the group questions so I know where to verify your purchase! This group has ALL of my recent findings, product reviews and other updates pertaining to just the art of making miniature handmade glass-like eyes.
Anyway, so with all that being said, here are a few pictures of my latest piece,
Alice's Pool of Tears Inspired by American McGee's Alice Currently Available, $300 USD 7 - 1/2 inches tall, 5 - 1/2 inches wide Comes with picture COA signed by artist Questions are always welcomed, additional photos also available. If interested please message and a secure PayPal invoice will be emailed to you. I ship USPS with full insurance. Thank you for your interest!
OOAK (One of a Kind) Figurative Art Sculpture Bust Alice's Pool of Tears by Artist Kendra Gilbert, Virgo's Alchemy
Extreme Attention to Detail, all Elements are Hand Sculpted withoo ut the use of Any Molds.
Back view of my version of this Twisted Fairytale
Right side view
`You ought to be ashamed of yourself,' said Alice, `a great girl like you,' (she might well say this), `to go on crying in this way! Stop this moment, I tell you!' But she went on all the same, shedding gallons of tears, until there was a large pool all round her, about four inches deep and reaching half down the hall. -Alice's Adventures in Wonderland