Friday, December 1, 2017

Steampunk Winged Clock

Hello Makers!

It's time to share my make (lol, get the little pun there)...my Steampunk Winged Clock, made using a Tim Holtz Clock, chipboard, polymer clay, gears and my fav metallic wax.

Don't know why but I just love clocks. I don't even have a real clock in my house, or like wearing watches. I like them for their aesthetics, their meaning, their beauty and for making art with, of course.

These are the ways I use clocks in my art. In Art Journaling; like to stamp and stencil clocks. I like to use them in polymer clay work, using molds, like in my pencil holder. Like them in steampunk jewelry, assemblages; mainly using the parts of a clock or watch. You can see this this example in my Time Destruction piece. I like using them as a substrate for 3D work like this clock; or my other clock pieces: Time Watchers, Father Time, Fairy in a Clock, and Fly. Currenly, working on another clock project, will share later. For now, hope you like my Steampunk Clock.





3 comments:

  1. This clock is fabulous! I would love to pick this up and hold it to see every single detail. I am a clock lover, too, and even have the inner workings of a clock as part of my decor.

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