Happy Saturday everyone! May I present to you Agnès, the Island Pearl! I named her like this because this doll is very special to me, since she’s a reference of my Haitian roots! She’s also comes right in time for February, the black history month. As I previously said in one post, Agnès is the last doll from 2015, she stands 20 inches tall (50,8 cm) and is made of Cernit polymer clay. The dark part in her stomach, is a left over of polymer clay, Fimo Classic chocolate and since I really do not like waste of any kind, I had to use it! More photos of this beauty will be posted tomorrow! Enjoy!
Good evening everybody! Before I continue with tonight’s post, my doll Haulani received positive and if I can add to this, lovely reactions from the general public! Thanks to all of you, this beauty was a bless for me to create last summer. Sadly, tonight’s post will be the last one on my sweet Haulani and another doll will be presented next weekend! This time, I decided to make it simple by making one last camera test, I call it “Special Effects”. All pictures looks like black & white watercolors ! Thanks for watching!
Hello everyone! Two weeks ago, while photographing Haulani, I decided to style her a little bit, not something too serious, but to give a small overview on how she would look with a bohemian style. In reality, I am sort of a bohemian my self…in an other post, I will elaborate a little bit more on the subject in the future. Till now, enjoy my Haulani…the bohemian!
Tonight, I am celebrating four year on making dolls! It was four years of hard work, determination, perseverance, pleasure, joy, tears and most of all of FUN! Yes, since than, I am having the time of my life and doing what I always wanted to do, is to give to people a sens of hope. That we can be and do what we want, as long we believe in it and work hard for it! To this, I would love to give a huge thanks to my family for all their support! Big kiss to all of them!
Good evening fashion art doll lovers! Like my two previous dolls (Lara & Anaïs), I decided to do many camera tests with Haulani. In the next few days, there will a lot of them. Hope you will like them…till then, enjoy!
Happy Sunday to you all! There she is my beautiful Haulani and yes, she’s not naked! This doll was inspired by the lovely and colorful paintings of one my favorite painters in the late ninetieth century, Paul Gauguin (1848-1903). This French post impressionist painter was mainly inspired by is travels from Polynesia and Tahiti, where he wanted to radically escape all superficial civilization. Most of his paintings, during that time, were inspired by gorgeous and sensual pacific women. Also, his paintings were influence by the tropical and exuberant environment of these two countries.
Speaking of Tahiti, Haulani’s name is originally from there. Haulani’s name has various significations, depending on the country. For an example, for Hawaïns, it means royal ruler or royalty. Haulani is friendly, loyal, sociable, adaptable and very versatile. She does things with enthusiasm and is a natural entertainer.