Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Series...


So I made a whole series of drawings called "Wild Girls Tamed". They are girls who were living in the wild in the 1900's and were taken into a school where they were "tamed" but really they are still wild. Lots of tiny tiny lace detail and pencil stroke goodness.

If you are interested in purchasing one of these girls then send me an email (funiscool@gmail.com) for prices etc (I'll make a discounted price if you would like more than one also). I have them all listed in my shoppie too.



Love Connection is playing at Mighty Mighty tonight! Hope I can make it.

8 comments:

uglygirl said...

These are beautiful as always. (Although the premise does make me think of an early Ladette to Lady.)

Sarah McNeil said...

um... they are wild girls who lived alone in mountain caves and were raised with wolves and so on.

if "ladette to lady" is a show about pulling wild young women who hunt with their bare hands and howl around forests and trees in freedom away from their homes in 1906 to try to force them into lives that they couldn't possibly understand of clothes and cooked food then maybe.

hopefully i have rid you of your bad tv references. i only wish that i had no idea what the program you referenced was.

Emily said...

Very pretty, have you read the short stories book 'St Lucy's home for girls raised by wolves" by Karen Russell the title storie reminds me of your work, I may just have to buy one of these when I come into money

Great as always, I'm going to the show in wellington tomorrow I'm so excited

Dawn Tan said...

Sarah, these are so great! Keep the awesome drawings coming! Heehee. PS: And do send me your address ( Just need to confirm if it's still the same one you last gave me ) I've got a little something for you.

Sheryl Derilo said...

I love your illustrations, they have such a delicate and whimsical quality to them. Keep up the great work.

Friend in Fashion said...

Such gorgeous illustrations - beautiful work :)
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rebecca artemisa said...

like another person said (hello fellow commenter btw) i also thought of "st. lucy's home for girls raised by wolves". it's a beautiful idea and so are your drawings :)

Kelli said...

I adore your illustrations! I am an illustrator myself and your work inspires me!