Bone Doll Shadow Boxes
Bone Figures in Shadow Boxes
These pieces were created using coyote and turkey bones (with some help from Apoxie Sculpt). The sculpures were then mounted into wooden shadow boxes.
This piece is made from a combination of turkey, chicken, and coyote bones. It is mounted in a wooden box that is 8X12".
This full dressed lady is made from the bones from turkey, coyote, and crab. It is mounted in a wooden box that is 8X12".
This piece was created from coyote and turkey bones.
It is mounted in a 6.5X9 wooden box and ready to hang.
This piece is made from a combination of turkey, chicken, and coyote bones. It is mounted in a wooden box that is 12X8".
This piece was created from items that were gifted to me. The deer jaw was found in our Vermont woods and determines the name of the piece. The pig parts came from a studio mate who worked in a kitchen that used every part of a pig's head.
Turkey and pig bones make up the upper part of the head and a deer jaw is what makes up the mouth. This one of a kind creature is an example of imaginary taxidermy or unnatural historical specimens.
This specimen is mounted in a shadow box that is 11" wide by 9.25" tall by 2.75" deep.