1930s Rancho California Girls

June 26th, 2014 in member junk     
Lauretta Lauretta, member
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I've been having a lot of fun this summer with my new Jig Saw. Always intrigued with the 1930s-1940s early California Spanish/American glamour girls, I decided to cut out of wood the shapes of these women, and replicate, in MY fashion and style, their images. I've used paint, hand-made papers, cloth, and costume jewelry.  These pieces are turning out stunning!!!!


Pattern or design used: My own design - Lauretta Lowell
posted in: member junk, Mexican American Glamour girls, whimsical curiosities, lauretta lowell, lauretta lowell assemblage artist, Rancho California, Lauretta Lowell Mixed Media Artist, 1930s Glamour

Comments (2)

gadgetsponge writes: Wow Lauretta! Just when I worry you can't top the last project (yeah right!), you got a hit another homerun. These are great art pieces. I think the top one is my favorite. It reminds me of the old Southern California crate labels. Posted: 7:26 pm on July 6th
TinTinJunkFan writes: Very nice, I love the assembly!
Posted: 5:31 am on July 3rd
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