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Discussion in 'The Taxidermy Industry' started by RTF, Mar 9, 2011.
Anyone here know of her ?
Heres more stuff I found on her.
Maybe I'm still in the stone ages, cuz I have never heard of her.
Very interesting, thanks for posting the links.
I had seen images of a coffin with chicks bursting from the cracks, but never knew the artists name.
As an artist the ideas are intriguing. I have always been interested in the feelings a person gets when viewing something outside of its natural habitat.
Be it a bird sitting in a spoon, a fish lying on a table or a man standing on a mountain top. Something that hit me when I was younger.
I was on a boat fishing about 30 miles from shore when a thrush landed on my fishing pole.
I moved it to the railing and it stayed with us for hours until it moved off. It didn't belong there, and knowing that fact made seeing it very personal to me, it was out of place but then so was I.
Yes it is interesting Joshua. I think she is very talented, well spoken and very passionate of taxidermy. Her perspective on taxidermy and the way she goes about it is what caught my eye. Not your ordinary taxidermist by any means.
Oh! Very awesome! I'm glad you posted this, as I'm doing a paper/presentation on all variety of rogue taxidermists for my Art and Society class
Is she really rogue ?
(Ha, I just noticed this response...)
I'd say so. But it depends on your definition of 'Rogue Taxidermy.' I see it as anything outside the spectrum of 'traditional' taxidermy.
And I mean, would a "regular" taxidermist make this? Probably not.
Good point UnzippedZebra.
I think I just fell in love! Smart, Hot, taxi, and the accent....omg!