Sunday, January 24, 2010


He stands about 8" tall, his body made of strips of batik fabric. His tail is fur.
I found an old fur coat at the charity store, in the trash bin because it had fallen apart and they couldn't sell it. I asked for the pieces. His face is a photograph from a free photography link, printed on fabric. Around his neck are strips of prayers for the safety and well being of the PEOPLE during the cold winter months.

Barbara's Full Wolf Moon -

Yvonne's Full Wolf Moon -

Deborah's Full Wolf Moon -

Mary Helen's Full Wolf Moon -

:)Bea Creating, creating, dancing and creating.


  1. Anonymous6:30 PM

    Oh wow! I love his face! And the batiks are perfect. I'm going cross-eyed trying to read the prayers on the strips around his neck. ;)
    I've taken numerous totem animal quizzes on the Internet, and a wolf is always among my animals, so I really enjoyed this month's challenge. I'm very eager to see everyone else's work, and mine is now on my blog at

  2. This is very interesting.I've not seen anything like this before. How clever of you,,,and that fur was a real find, wasn't it!

  3. Bea! Holy Crap!
    You Wolf rocks the joint!
    I had a nightmare last night about this project. I am not blaming's just when I commit myself to something I DO IT!
    I have some real fur, too that I thought about using...a picture I wanted to transfer on to the canvas I can't figure out what I did with...AAARRGGGH! I am not a sewer...don't have a sewing machine, but I like to challenge myself...I AM getting this guy done. It WILL happen!
    If I could execute what is in my would have looked like yours. eerie and true. brain has to slow down to my skills...AND...the best way to finish is to begin.
    So no more nightmares, Lisa, this isn't high school.
    You don't mind, Bea, if I talk to myself on your blog, do you?
    Doesn't matter, now that it's done.

    Love you Bea!
    Hope I don't give YOU nightmares.

  4. His eyes say it all...he is keeping watch over his mistress. I wish I was making a doll now but I think I am more a fabric assemblage so keep posted because I am sending my photos in this week. Imagine and Live in Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart

  5. Lissssssssssssssssssaaaaa, remember what I said about not stressing about this challenge, that it was supposed to be fun and something that you wanted to do?
    Now, breathe.
    Maybe you need to just draw your idea. Maybe, instead of trying to do it in fiber you need to do it with paint?
    Whatever you decide to do it will be just fine and all yours.

  6. Post your photos on your blog Mary Helen and then let me know so I can post the link in this post.
    I can't wait to see what you have done. :)Bea

  7. Love the dolls I've seen posted so far. I have mine done and she is up on my blog. It was fun and can't wait to try the next one for February! :)

  8. These are great fun! I have mine posted on my blog,

  9. Elizabeth you can jump in and play any month you know. Doesn't have to be an art doll, remember anything to do with mixed media but following the full moon theme for the month. :)Bea

  10. These are awesone, I love them. You have a new follower. It's me!!

  11. I love your wolf moon doll, especially the tail! And some of the others' work is super. People are so clever.