About the artist.

 

Amanda Louise Spayd’s mixed-media work combines the textures and colors of antique domestic objects, the natural world, and an obsessive attention to detail. At once endearing and unsettling, her fabric creatures evoke ideas of cast-off children’s toys and ill-conceived taxidermy experiments with crooked human teeth.

Because of their aged, antique appearance, one is left to wonder about the origin, past experiences, and past lives of these creatures. Do they look like this because they were abandoned, or because they were literally loved to pieces? The idea of an unknown past story, combined with the possibilities of their future, is a central theme of her work. Her work has been published internationally, and is highly sought after by collectors around the globe, and she has exhibited her work in galleries and conventions across the United States, France, and Japan.

EMAIL: mandi.louise@yahoo.com

 

MAIL:  Dust Bunnies Workshop

P.O. Box 40181

Bay Village, OH  44140

U.S.A.

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I made the puppets for the short film "The Maker"

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Visit Bindlewood for toys, resin minifigures, drawings, prints, stickers, and more! I share the shop with fellow artist Chris Ryniak, and our inventory changes all the time. Be sure to follow me on social media (links at the top of the page) to be up to date on special sales and events!

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