• Carisa Swenson – enchanted world sculptures

    Carisa Swenson - enchanted world sculptures

  • Carisa Swenson – MMarcel / sculpture mixed media

    Carisa Swenson - MMarcel / sculpture mixed media

  • Carisa Swenson – The Mouse King – detail

    Carisa Swenson - The Mouse King - detail

  • Carisa Swenson – Simon / sculpture mixed media

    Carisa Swenson - Simon / sculpture mixed media

  • Carisa Swenson – enchanted world sculptures

    Carisa Swenson - enchanted world sculptures

  • Carisa Swenson – Sneak Peek / sculpture mixed media

    Carisa Swenson - Sneak Peek / sculpture mixed media

  • Carisa Swenson – enchanted world sculptures

    Carisa Swenson - enchanted world sculptures

  • Carisa Swenson – Claude’s Chameleon Carnival

    Carisa Swenson - Claude's Chameleon Carnival

  • Carisa Swenson sculptures

    Carisa Swenson sculptures

  • Carisa Swenson sculptures

    Carisa Swenson sculptures

  • Carisa Swenson sculptures – Keevan & Kieran

    Carisa Swenson sculptures - Keevan & Kieran

  • Carisa Swenson sculptures – Goblinfruit Studio

    Carisa Swenson sculptures - Goblinfruit Studio

  • Carisa Swenson and her cool rabbit dolls / portrait

    Carisa Swenson and her cool rabbit dolls / portrait

Enchanted world sculptures by Carisa Swenson

Enchanted world sculptures by Carisa Swenson, Goblinfruit Studio (New York)

Carisa Swenson - The Mouse King - detail

Carisa Swenson – The Mouse King – detail

Carisa Swenson’s passion for creating curious creatures springs from many sources—a love of Greek mythology and Ray Harryhausen’s creations when she was a child, an appreciative eye for Henson Workshop in her teens, to the weird and wonderful films of Jan Svankmajer and The Brothers Quay in her twenties. But when Carisa studied with world-renowned doll artist Wendy Froud, the final die was cast: posable dolls would forever own her soul and trouble her nights, stirring her with a fervor that could only be quelled by stitching and sculpting her dreams into reality. Since 2006 Carisa’s work has been featured in several exhibitions and publications, including the Melbourne Fringe Festival, NYU’s acclaimed annual “Small Works Show”, Art Doll Quarterly, and Spectrum 17. Carisa has an unhealthy obsession with rabbits and rabbit tales which she blames squarely on “Watership Down”. Both the book and the movie. Especially the movie.

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