Art by Helen Grossman

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Location: Lakeland, Florida, United States

Hi, My name is Helen Grossman. I like to paint, read books, and learning a new forms of art and techniques. I love to learn and experiment with different medias and surfaces, like clay, paper, beads, gourds,it is always something new here to learn and grow. When I am feeling burn out I am reading books or taking my brushes and paint. Back in Ukraine I learned a decorative folk art style of painting called Petrikivka named after village it was born. You also could see some of my work on Instagram, @helldg123. Thank you for stopping by and if you have a moment, I would love to hear your feedback. Helen

Wednesday, April 18, 2007

2007 Challenge by Lisa Rynda and Lisa Risler

This doll was created using Lisa Rynda as a requirement of the challenge. We also had to use 3 fabric from the kit we received. You can see all rules and all entries at 2007 Challenge by Lisa Rynda and
Voting is over, therefore I can post my doll. Her name is Alice, yes, the one that is from Wonderland. It was fun challenge.

Best of all,

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Black and White Challenge

We had a very interesting Challenge this year at CNYDAG (Central New York Doll as Art Guild). We had to create a doll using 3 colors only: black, white and any one you want. You can use any variation but as long as it recognizable as white and black. I picked a red color as a third color.
I even draw the pattern myself. I started to crochet the wig but ended up with some sort of hat :) Kazakhs used to wear the hats with such shape :)
All dolls that were done were photographed during the meeting. Unfortunately it is too far from me, so, I sent my doll for photo shoot :) , and we also should have a picture of all dolls from this challenge. Couldn't wait to see what other dolls were created.
In the meantime, let me introduce you Naomi, my entry to Black, White and one color challenge.

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Have a great day!

New dolls, finishing old projects...

Last month I was working on a few new dolls and was trying to finish the projects started last year, a few years before, I still have more to go :) I also sculpted a few more little faces and did a few things using them.
New dolls were done for a few challeneges, I'll tell about this later.
I want to show ornaments I made using Jacque Uetz mold and her article in Cloth DOll Costume magazine. I started them before last New Year, but finally they are finished. I like this mold, it is so versatile...
Almost forgot. I finally tried Adobe Photoshop that I found I had on my is a lot of fun but a LOT to learn...
An way, any how. some pictures of the dolls from Jacques instructions and mold:

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Hugs to all, HElen