Tuesday, June 2, 2009


Lilith was made with polymer clay, glass eyes, hair from a wig, antique ribbon trim purchased in New York from Tinsel Trading Company and I'm sure where or what the beads are in her hair.
She is mounted into a brass piece from a chandelier and the glass base is a glass shade from an antique lamp. She is for sale at the gallery.


Janny said...


Lisa Holtzman said...

Lilith is lovely. The piece you used for her body is perfect!

femminismo said...

She is lovely, Renee. Such cleavage, but nicely done. I adore the pleated green dress. Very nice. - Jeanne