The Clown Birds

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Recently I was invited to create some art for the Grand Opening of Quirks Art Gallery in Williamsburg, Virginia with their opening theme of a Circus/Sideshow.
I had just completed Michael deMeng’s online workshop – The Twisted Toyshop. The workshop inspired me to give a twist to some bird assemblages I make and with that I came up with “The Clown Birds”. The bird assemblages are all wood. The little hats and clown masks, and circus outfits are all made with Aves Apoxie Sculpt. I also use Aves Apoxie Sculpt for securing all the pieces, which never fails me, I have complete assurance that everything will remain intact. The Fortune Teller was constructed using Aves Apoxie Sculpt as well. I am a complete addict when it comes to your Apoxie Sculpt. When I first discovered it, through Sandra Evertson’s Relics and Artifacts Tribe on Facebook, it totally took my art to a new level. It is the one staple in my studio, I will never be without. I usually order online through Amazon, but I was sent here today because I am taking another one of Michael deMeng’s classes, Strange Tales-Magic and Miracles and he told us about going straight to your sight and using his name for 10% off. That’s when I saw that I could up load some photos and have the opportunity to Thank you for such a great product! Artist ~ Kim Collister


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8 thoughts on “The Clown Birds


    Oh, how I long to purchase and own this whimsical work of art. It’s inspiring and enchanting. Undoubtedly, she has a gregarious sense of imagination and creativity. I know the artist charges a good deal of money to sell this piece, but it’s worth every penny. If only I could afford to have this once-in-a-lifetime treasure. If only :’-(

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