Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Hand to Mouth


HAND...

I am continuing to add to the Making Waves family. The newest member of the crew is...


Felicitas...the Roman Goddess of Good Luck.

Available for purchase in The Altered Page on Etsy.

Sold. Thank you!

TO MOUTH...

And introducing the first member of my newest family of mixed media assemblages from the series called Headliners...


Headstrong...always motivated, full of confidence, determined by nature, and never lacking in opinion.

Available for purchase in The Altered Page on Etsy.

24 comments:

Svetlana said...

Interesting move, Seth. Have you carved the head yourself?.Is it wood or something else? Too many questions I know.

Dyche Designs said...

Fun, love the headliner piece.

The Weaver of Grass said...

I love that figure - wonder if you are describing yourself, Seth.

MrCachet said...

Not what I'd call a big head, Seth - if the base is any indication!

Lynn said...

I like what looks to me to be a child's hand and arm...and is the head carved from soapstone???

lyle said...

he is a cutie! looks like he just heard a good joke! would he be the "head" of the "hand" family?

La Dolce Vita said...

love it ... heads and hands!!

*jean* said...

aaaa...i can't relate to headliners at all...wonderful work, seth, just wonderful

femminismo said...

You have an interesting family here. Can't wait to see where this new wave of artistic renderings takes you.

Sarah Alford said...

Oh wow I love the hand ! Felicitas is simply gorgeous.

alteredbits said...

ooh, i love these!! i have always shared a "thing" for hands but heads (and human hearts) are my other. i loveLOVE these new pieces, particularly the head. what a fun new series you're doing. i LOVE it! (i adore your witty titles, too)

:)

jiLy said...

Wow, love this new felicitous in your making waves series. And, super cool new Headliner series. What a great duo of heads and hands. Headstrong...always motivated, full of confidence, determined by nature, ...and never lacking in opinion, Hhhmmm, sounds just like the perfect fix for me!! LOL

Mary Helen-Art Saves Lives said...

The man's head assemblage is intriguing...how large is it? Did you carve the head design element? Seth my rusty bits are becoming magical right now in the humidity. Imagine and Live in Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart

rebeca trevino said...

You continue to amaze!
love it!

Parabolic Muse said...

What a hand! Love it!!

headliners?
HA!

You are neato.

femminismo said...

I'm going to repost something today. I think perhaps I missed out on this. I got your e-mail, but procrastinated! Who? Me? - Jeanne

Sharmon Davidson said...

Both are very cool! What did you make the head out of?

~*~Patty Szymkowicz said...

fantastic on so many levels Seth, more brilliant creations from you!

rivergardenstudio said...

Dear Seth, for some reason I can't send emails! (but I do receive mail, oddly) I got your last two letters and am so happy you love the book and am definately interested in your next project! Someday you will get my week old email, and I am here in Valdez for the next four days so I can hopefully check out your new art endevours...
I love the book you shared below, it is even more gorgeous to me this time than before.
And Headstrong is wonderful... roxanne

Don Madden said...

Heads, hands and rusty things...great combination!

Anonymous said...

Finding your hands and now heads getting a bit stale. I assume you produce for resale on Etsy and as long as there are buyers you make what you can. I imagine a more impactful work would be a collection of many hands/heads in one piece but then you would have to charge more and it may not be as profitable. Aren't you getting bored? Please forgive my frank opinion, I only happened upon your blog due to book reviews. I haven't researched your bio, other work, and only see what you post here. Enough said, everyone has to make a living.

Karin Bartimole said...

a very cool variation to your themed series Seth. i do enjoy these assemblages!!

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

How in the world did I miss this lovely head shot? It is simply gorgeous.

Michelle said...

I love the hand - I just want to wave back!