Thursday, October 30, 2008

It's been a while!!

Has it really been a month since my last post???

I can hardly believe how fast the time has gone. Best get to it....lots to show and share, new works,Christmas goodies and many exciting and inspiring updates to follow-we will strat with these beauties....hand made textile art tags, jam packed with ribbons,beads,hand made papers and stitchery. Truly unique,perfect for journalling,embellishments, or even the finishing touch on a very special gift!
Available for sale in my ebay store in sets of two-limited stock-visit now to check them all out! CLICK HERE!

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

El Diablo #30 in Series

Another oil painting from my El Diablo Series ..lots of impasto application in this oil painting on wood panel.

Now on etsy.

Princess bath tub Bunny

found these great kitschy frames for my 8 x 10's

Autumn Inspiration - Staci Rose Designs

I love the seasons of transition - Spring and Fall. I can relate to change so deeply that I enjoy watching the world change right before my eyes. The stunning scape of trees sleeping and leaves painted and falling. The beauty, the diversity and not to mention a great harvest! Squash, pomegranate, corn, apples - pumpkin pie, pomegranate salad, corn on the cob and cider.

I'm getting hungry...

Yesterday & Now
Polymer Clay Pendant

Coastal Mood
Gemstone Bracelet

Changing Moods
Gemstone & Wood Necklace

Fall Festival
Glass Beaded Wine Charms

Feel free to drop on down to my etsy shop or contact me directly to purchase anything you see here!

An Ent?

I see an Ent, dressed in her autumn finery, do you?

Friday, October 24, 2008

Sacré Couer , Paris France new watercolor and ink Painting

I'm still exploring ink and watercolors this week..this one is now on etsy

Picture "retakes" of My Sculpted Ornaments

I've been sculpting and selling my Christmas ornaments since 2000. It was about time to take some better pictures. So my site and my Etsy shop have been updated with new pics. They really came out good for the most part.

Here's a few examples of the handsculpted Christmas ornaments I currently have for sale:

No two ornaments are exactly alike, even if based on the same design, because no molds are used in my sculpting work. Each is hand-sculpted from solid polymer clay, baked, painted with professional grade acrylics and glazed. A gold thread hanger is attached.

Wouldn't YOUR Christmas tree look adorable decorated with some of my ornaments? Hand down from generation to generation for a sentimental holiday heirloom.

More Christmas sculptures (not just ornaments), are available on my website:

Business Card Holders with Native American theme

24 scrabble tiles make up the base of my new business card holders. They are strongly adhered with professional grade wood glue. I woodburn each one and hand-paint with acrylics, then varnish. (shown in pics without varnish to avoid glare)

So far, I have 2 business card holders for sale in my Etsy shop. Each is OOAK; no two will ever be just alike. Each side of the holder is different from the other side....2 different kachinas on each holder.

These would make a cool gift for anyone who enjoys Native American culture and decor, unique items, woodburning, masks.


Monday, October 20, 2008

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

This one is called Caring aceo. It is an original aceo oil painting on watercolor paper. That means it is 3.5x2.5 inches. At first I wasn't real sure about it, but I really like how it turned out.
It is for sale at

Thursday, October 16, 2008

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Christmas Shopping with WWAO!

A special web page has been set up showcasing WWAO member's art works for YOUR Christmas shopping convenience!

See 25 new items DAILY!

Items are chosen from those WWAO members who are Etsy shop owners. Click on the item you wish to purchase and be taken directly to that member's shop to finalize the sale! Easy and fun!

WWAO Christmas shopping page here

Click on the link above to shop till you drop! :))

Saturday, October 11, 2008

Ah the welcome cooling of the air, the turning leaves (ok so I live in Florida and have to imagine this...) Halloween is still my favorite holiday so I've been busy with new characters coming to life!

Here are a couple of pumpkin inspired pieces.. Prints are ready in my darkling woods shop

Chicago Bean by Madelaine Fedorowich

I finished this too late to submit to Karin Jurik's weekly painting challenge, but, I did finish it never-the-less. It is available for purchase through me. For more paintings, visit my Almost Daily Blog.

landscape painting
"Chicago Bean"
8" x 10" acrylic on gallery wrapped canvas
© 2008

Thursday, October 09, 2008

The Talebearer

This mixed media collage' is squared 12 x 12 and is for sale on my website:

See the "COLLAGE" section.

Background is painted with acrylics. Collage' with hand-drawn hand-cut silhouette, found text, ephemera. Signed by me. This is a OOAK, original. No prints will be made.

Note: the bottom portion was cut off in the scan. The buildings are a little taller than they appear. Also, some browsers are showing this work a little more orange than it truly is. The background was painted with various hues of yellow.

((click on the pic to see it larger)))


New Flash Website

New Website
Originally uploaded by wickedollz
I found a web space for free flash websites...well I'm ALL ABOUT THE FREE, although I do pay when I find something I truly enjoy or find useful. I have looked at other "Free Flash" sites, and most of them seem pretty lame. WIX however is pretty cool.There is a lot of lag at times, but I think that may work itself out. or it could be my connection. So that being said I am recommending it if your looking to create a slick flash site. Although I would always keep a basic HTML site available for people who don't want flash.
SO here si my Falshy Flash site, it's still in a beta condition, but feel free to pop by and post a comment here.

Sunday, October 05, 2008

Green Sea Turtle

This original piece measures 22 1/2 " x 14" and is based on a picture that my husband took when we first moved to Hawaii.

It incorporates both machine and hand piecing. You can find out more about this picture and me by visiting my etsy shop.

Wednesday, October 01, 2008

WWAO October Exhibit is Open!

WWAO member, Chel Dodge has graciously volunteered to host our monthly exhibit again. Her chose theme is, "Autumn Trees, Autumn Leaves". The submissions are guaranteed to get you in the mood for fall! Take a look!

Submissions include paintings, mixed media, jewelry, fiber art and more!