Events, exhibits, Gallery Shows, New Goblinfruit Studio Stuff, rabbits & hares

Dia de los Muertos at Cactus Gallery


You can visit Cactus Gallery here

Two of my jackalopes will be joining a host of other Calaveras for Cactus Gallery’s Dia de los Muertos show, opening October 14th and running through November 4th, 2017. If you’re in the Los Angeles area, be sure to stop by and bring photographs and ofrendas to add to their community altar!




Gallery Shows, GFS Dolls, New Goblinfruit Studio Stuff, rabbits & hares

The Zealot’s Elixir

The Zealot's Elixir

Now showing through March 7 at Modern Eden Gallery, “The Zealot’s Elixir”….a show focusing on snake oil salesmen, false prophets and hope for the lost. My piece, “Shining Apples” (inspired by the song of the same name on the “Tales from the Black Meadow” album by The Soulless Party) is on display with a collection of amazing works. To view the exhibition online check it out here!

A few photos of my contribution to the show.


Rotten fruit...

Rotten fruit…



Rotten ooze...

Rotten ooze…

And the song that inspired it!

Events, GFS Dolls, rabbits & hares

Holiday Doll Swap Reveal

For your enjoyment, a mash-up of Dia de los Muertos and Easter (well, more like  Eostre, the pagan holiday which  celebrated renewal and fertility). A bit of sex and death—just in cuddly and fuzzy  form. To see the other wonderful dolls created for this swap, be sure to check out Zan Asha’s blog, Vagabond Creations! I am eagerly awaiting the arrival of my swap partner’s bunny girl. Thanks, Zan and Jacqui!




Events, New Goblinfruit Studio Stuff, rabbits & hares, Works in Progress

Bunny Show!

Beginning June 12, my work, along with three other talented artists, will be inhabiting one of two rooms at The Land of Odd Gallery located in Los Angeles, California. The exhibition is devoted exclusively to bunnies of a rather mischievous and devious nature— man-eating, subversive lagomorphs promise to both delight and disturb. My new dolls will be keeping company with those of renowned doll artist Sheri Debow, and paintings from artists Missy Feigum and Jinx will adorn the walls. Alas, I will be unable to attend the opening, but if you’re in the Los Angeles area be sure to stop by, say hello to my creatures, and enjoy the show!

Some work in progress pics: