September 2006


I found these little turtles going door to door in my neighborhood. Because they move so slowly, they had gotten an early start on Trick or Treating! They want to go home with you and see all the Trick or Treaters in your neighborhood!

This little witch has brought her best friend with her. She stands about 3″ tall and her friend is 1.5″ tall.

This little turtle has dressed up as a pumpkin. He has a stem and a little bit of vine on his head.

This is a turtle dressed as a Ladybug. He even has little antenna on his head.

This turtle dressed up as a Zombie! He is Trick or Treating for brains this year. AAHHHHGGG HE’S COMMING RIGHT FOR US!!!! . . . . very. . . . slowly

Why is he screaming. What terrible thing did he see or hear that causes that look of abject horror on his face. This icon of the expressionistic art movement evokes so much emotion in so many people. He is like a wreck on the freeway, you can’t stop looking.

This amigurumi was inspired by the Edvard Munch painting by the same name. It is my favorite of the Expressionistic art. I have been around art history for my whole life. I was taught at an early age to enjoy it. I am glad I had the chance to bring one of my favorites to “life”