Fabric Sculptures
 made with Pellon, Fake Fur,  and other kinds of Fabric
Since having my shoulders replaced and my back fused I can no longer create with metal and weld as I did for 35 years. 
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These can be made to withstand being displayed outside.

Fabric Sculpture of a African Lioness
Fabric Sculpture of an African Lion Head
Fabric Sculpture of a horse
Fabric Sculpture of a Cougar
Fabric Sculpture of a Giraffe
Fabric Sculpture made with fake fur of a mutt dog
Fabric Sculpture of a Bald Eagle catching a Koho Salmon

I can now make fabric sculptures that last outside!


With the use of one of the following products:  Paverpol, PowerTex or LaBrick. 
Since having my shoulders replaced and my back fused I can no longer create with metal and weld as I did for 35 years.

Other mediums and methods to create with have been found so as to allow my body to heal and not become more damaged as time goes on.
The wonderful medium of fabric has turned out to be amazing! Many different kinds. And most especially Pellon, which is what is used to stiffen collars and other areas of dress. It comes in many different thicknesses and I find it works very much in the same ways as metal worked.  The same kinds of patterns I had developed for the metal works with fabric.


Through sewing and/or hot gluing together and with the use of metal coatings and paint I have been able to create amazing things.  I also sometimes incorporate laminate as well.  Below are many of the sculptures I have created so far using these items. 

Hot glue itself is pretty amazing.

I can now make fabric sculptures that last outside!


With the use of one of the following products:  Paverpol, PowerTex or LaBrick.