sculptures & puppets

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I love puppets. And I love the detail of three dimensions.

—Amber, the sculptor

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Calmon (on stage)

Papier-mâché painted with acrylic

Masks I created along with a large puppet sculpture inspired by the sculpture "Nano Morgante" in the Boboli Gardens in Florence, Italy.

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The Soothsayer

Papier-mâché painted with acrylic

A single handed puppet for a character in "disguise."

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Anubis (side view)

Papier-mâché painted with acrylic

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The White Reindeer

Papier-mâché painted with acrylic

This sculpture puppet was inspired by the Saami mythology of the sun goddess, Beaivi, and the white reindeer that brings the sun in its antlers back from the underworld.

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Calmon

Papier-mâché painted with acrylic

The turtle's head moved and could spit water. 

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The Soothsayer (open mouth)

Papier-mâché painted with acrylic

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Eiver

Papier-mâché painted with acrylic, soft pillow body.

This puppet was inspired by the Saami mythology of the sun goddess Beaivi.

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Anubis

Papier-mâché painted with acrylic

Inspired by Egyptian mythology, Anubis is the patron god of lost souls. This sculpture is wearable as a headdress or as it currently is, a bust mount. 

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If the Walls Could Talk #1: The Joke

Papier-mâché on canvas painted with acrylic

This wall sculpture is #1 of a series.