Here are the sculptural hats, plants, animals and people....
This fox is a Super Scrap with ears and a triangular fox tail ! Fox tail has added markings. Mask sold separately. $30
This is a hat wearing a hat though it isn't clear in this photo. This man/troll is really a troll as he lives under the bridge in Michigan! ( Really south of the bridge but as they know up there, you are an upper or a troll!) See photo below.
It's a hat wearing a hat. This troll actually inspired a poem which then inspired the troll's hat print. The poem is called, Carrying the Troll, by Lee Kisling. This kind of collaboration is called Ekphrasis.
Norma in the witch hat. This is a hat wearing a hat. This witch's hat (purple polk-a-dots) is on a headband and can be worn without the witch.
Norma in the Carmen Miranda hat. each piece of fruit is constructed and applied to the hat. Th e seeds of the kiwi and strawberries are created with stitching.
Lovely Lynn in her owl hat. As with many of my animal hats, there are feet attached, this one with three toes and talons.
I miss you , Lynn.
Janet in her banana hat, one other many hats an the one she says gets the most attention! Based on the real deal this hat has a many banana bunch and the stem with the new bud at the end!
Oh the poor polar bears! Loosing your environment due to climate change. I'm so sorry.
This hat was inspired by my dear friend Dianne's cat, Lucy. I miss you both.
This is a biggie! The lion has a huge mane, paws with claws and a roar that is loud.... that is, the person wearing it has a loud roar!
This hat was designed for a rainforest exhibition at the Phipps Center for the Arts in Hudson, Wisconsin. It is beautifully worn by Chelsea.
This hat was created for my Rainforest Exhibit at The Phipps Center for the Arts. This one sold to a collector of Animal hats. I'm not sure if I can recreate, Jimmy Buffet fans.
Check out the talons on this vulture, modeled by Chelsea.
This frog hat was so great on this guy! Look at his matching boots!
Each time I create a hat, the colors and personality may change. Here is a close up of one of the frog hats.
Inspired by a Munch Bunch goat, belonging to a business with goats for clearing buckthorn! This goat named Gak was the best eater and got the highest branched down for the others to eat.
This hat was inspired by another poem by Lee Kisling called, Blue Horse. This kind of collaboration is called Ekphrasis.
This hat also has arm and leg warmers with the same scaled fleece application.
Inspired by the Montana artist Kevin Redstar, this piece was created for the 45th Parallel Exhibition at The Phipps Center for the Arts in Hudson Wisconsin. Both Mr. Redstar's studio and The Phipps are located on the 45th Parallel.