Russian fiber artist Grisha Dubrovsky makes needle felted sculptures, big and small. He is clearly influenced by nature and fantasy, playing with scale, and juxtaposing danger and humor. I’m also taken with Grisha’s ability to subtly create so much emotion from the faces and body language of his work. Here, take a look:
I think this is the artist himself being terrified and dominated by his own artwork… occupational hazard, amirite?
You must see more of Grisha’s work on his website. Go!
Felter Skelter is written by Moxie, who is an artist, fiber pusher and genuine human being. Moxie also knows you never read this.
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