Gargoyle Girl by goddessart

Gargoyle Girl

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Added: Jan 06, 2004
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11" high piece sculpted in Aves Apoxie Sculpt over wire and foam armature, painted with acrylics.

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goddessart's picture

Thank you very much Craig. I plan on next year starting a Gargoyle Girl series. I am currently almost finished with making the b/w print you bought into a painting. I most likely will have it and prints of it at GenCon this year, and I do hope you'll come by the artshow and say 'hello'! No booth this year. Smile

Guest's picture

Very beautful work, Rabecca. She is as lovely as Kisma. I got form you at gencon indi last year

goddessart's picture

Hey there - I suppose it's all interpretation...I was and am still going through some tough stuff, and some of my work reflects that. Thanks so much for your very kind comments, Matthew. They are much appreciated.

grenogs's picture

wow. cool. Excelent work.
Love the expression in her eyes,But why so sad? Sad

goddessart's picture

Thanks Jessica - I love Aves Apoxie. It's truly my favorite medium.

Guest's picture

Wonderful detail in the clothing on this one! You are an Apoxie wizard! Great textures too.

goddessart's picture

Hello Christiaan! Yes, she is gone, but still in my heart. Thank you for your very kind words.

caitmf1's picture

hey rebecca; sorry to hear u sold her; i like the little detail of the rat and the clothing is very well done; but i love how uve given her face such expression

goddessart's picture

Thank you so much Jeff! She just sold to a collector in NY...I miss her already, so must make another similar piece!

thejeff's picture

this is so very cool rebecca! i love it all.

goddessart's picture

Thanks again, Tiina! Smile

goddessart's picture

Thank you so very much, Christina...I love her sweetness.

eudoxxxia's picture

she brings new meaning to 'gargoyle'...instead of something so wickedly scary, there's a beautiful form here with much to tell in those eyes...truly an orginal concept and piece!

goddessart's picture

Oh Uwe, you will need to come to the States for a con, or maybe I'll get lucky enough to go to Germany to see you! Ha! Perhaps sometime we could do a trade???? A portrait for a sculpture someday, perhaps? I will be writing a series of articles on how to create sculptures for Epi, so then you can create your own!

j-art's picture

i really don´t know how you do this sculptures - but i just love them - so much detail - a joy to look at, maybe one day i can see a real one, not only a photo of your fantastic work

goddessart's picture

Awww, thanks Jill!

jilliwilli's picture

She's fabulous! *chuckle* I didn't notice the rat before! Love the color pallet, lovely piece!

goddessart's picture

Thank you, sweet James!

somerset's picture

Brilliant work, Rebecca! love those cool colours!

goddessart's picture

Oh Andree, you silly! I always want to sculpt, and always fit it in...I prefer it to go back and forth between the I'm musing on my next piece...thanks so much for your wonderful words!!!

Guest's picture

Oh Rebecca, how wonderful that you're sculpting again! This piece is gorgeous!!

goddessart's picture

Thanks so much, Iris. I'm happy her expression came through so well.

goddessart's picture

Thank you Wenche!

iris's picture

I love her pose and that hair is absolutely gorgeous. Her expression is so lifelike, like she's longing for something. Great piece!

Guest's picture

Great work

goddessart's picture

Thanks! Her feet are pointed over to the other side...perhaps I should upload another angle.

gandalf-85's picture

i love it, but where are her feet ?

goddessart's picture

Thank you so much, Marcel...your words mean much to me.

lorangel's picture

I especially love the nostalgic expression her eyes give her. That's a great piece Rebecca!

goddessart's picture

Oh thanks, Joleen, so very much! I love the little rat, but obscured the skull with fangs in front, and there is a gargoyle and Grim Reaper on the back of the base....

Art at its best.