A Few More Spoons

The ongoing, ever persistent spoon project continues! A new Mothra, a glow-in-the-dark jellyfish skull, and a lovely specimen of Anomala Orientalis, preserved in resin.

A moth in resin, in a spoon
Anomala Orientalis in resin, resting in a spoon
Glow-in-the-dark Jellyfish Skull

Tree Spoon, revisited

I enjoy making these tree spoons, and it’s been a while since I’ve done one. Once again, I used a scrap of paper left over from another diorama.

Spoon and a scrap of paper
Asian inspired tree in a spoon.

The Shrimp Spoon

What to do with a spoon and a scrap of paper?

Spoon and a scrap of paper

Well, one could make a shrimp.

cut paper shrimp
Cut paper shrimp in a spoon

I decided to add resin.

Paper Shrimp in resin
Detail of paper shrimp in resin

BEAR

I made this for a friend who loves bears.

bear-post

Let us not, dear friends, forget our dear friends, the cuttlefish.

I have a bunch of spoons in ArtScape, which is part of an exhibition called Ebb & Flow. ArtScape runs from July 17-19 and my work will be in Maryland Institute College of Art’s Fox Building; 1301 Mt. Royal Avenue, Baltimore, MD  21217.

spoon-cuttlefish

finished

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