Month: September 2017

Paper Quilled Realistic Leeks

Paper Quilled Realistic Leeks

Sometimes I make things just so that I can photograph them. That is kind of the case with these Paper Quilled Realistic Leeks. At the time of their creation, I was feeling pretty inspired by my every day surroundings. And, one of my absolute favorite 

Quilled Pink and Yellow Mandala

Quilled Pink and Yellow Mandala

I love making mandalas and have done several, the last of which was this Quilled Pink and Yellow Mandala. They are fun to create because of their symmetry and the way you build from the inside, kind of like you would if crocheting or knitting. 

Quilled Black & White Maine

Quilled Black & White Maine

The subject that I have created more pieces of, outside the Scrollwork Cats, is the State of Maine. It’s only fitting since I am a born and bred Maine girl that really loves her state (at least three seasons of the year). I have always 

Siren’s Song | My Second Quilled Mermaid

Siren’s Song | My Second Quilled Mermaid

Three years earlier I had created my first “Siren’s Song” Quilled Mermaid, and I was really surprised when someone contacted me asking to buy the original. Of course, as you might remember from that article, she was ruined accidentally and the only thing I had 

Quilled Male Reproductive Tract

Quilled Male Reproductive Tract

Go big or go home. That is my motto. And the Quilled Male Reproductive Tract was a pretty big project, for sure. This fully endowed artwork is roughly 8″ (x 10″) and hyper-paper-realistic right down to the retractable foreskin. Now that all the innuendo is