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Past Work (2000-2013)
Large Creative Experiment Dolls
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Little Ladies: Series 1
Little Ladies: Series 2
Little Ladies: Series 3
Little Ladies: Series 3 Valentine Theme
Little Ladies: Series 4
Single Little Ladies
Little Ladies Candy Colours
Tiny Bunny Dolls
Tiny Bumble Bears
Small Creative Experiment Dolls
Creators I Follow
Bebe Mei Mei Chickie Pants
Isobella Halloweena Fredericka
Indiana Piano Rabbit
She required surprisingly little brushing and was never tangled or matted.
Bebe had the longest, softest fur of any cat I’ve ever had.
Maxwell Gibson, aka, “Gibby”
These were some of the last photos I took of Gibby.
I hand-raised Gibby from a 4 week old kitten.
He wasn’t supposed to live.
His heart gave out at 19.
I cried my eyes out.
A rare moment of feline harmony.
OH! Those stinky little toe beans!
Bebe in being sweet to Bella.
They only loved Bella when it was cold.
This is his happy face.
Beautiful, but not always so nice.
Her favorite place on earth.
Bebe was completely book matched and symmetrical.
Bella loved being a little, feline Gladys Kravitz!
The linen closet. Her second favorite place on earth!
Too hot for the old man.
She wants me to turn on the water so she can play.
His wonky eye.
She was the sweetest, most loving cat I have ever encountered.
Stinky Cat Cheese
His nose was so sweet. It was the color of red brick.
Bella being all photogenic.
Indy was preggers in this photo.
Gibby’s fur looked almost metallic in the sunlight.
She was a lover, well, at least to me.
Stinky toe beans.
Not Musketeers…more like, old home folks.
Berin and Gibby. Gibby loved Berin so much.
Me as a relative newborn with Sam the cat.
Gibby sucked his tail.
She gradually took over this doll bed and would snooze in it while I worked just a few feet from her in the studio.
I miss this cat terribly. She was as attached to me as I was to her.
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