My idea for this blog is that it will evolve as a record of my sojourn in life as an artist/human being...something of an artobiography non-linearly presented with many views and stories from my personal experience and creative explorations. There will be musings/amusings on Art & Love & Life.
Some tips about this site:
1. My posts are in reverse chronological order - moving from oldest to newest. On the right of this page you will see "Archives" - if you want to quickly see my newest posts click on the most current date. I post frequently, so there will always be something new!
2. On the right of this page, there are many categories - so, for instance, if you just want to see posts with images of my art having to do with Birds and Nests - click on Birds and Nests category. If you want to see fabric cakes, cupcakes, and chocolates that I make - click category "Faux Gateaux Patisserie". 3. Some of the works shown here are in private collections, and some are available for sale. Also, I am enthusiastic about special commissions. You are welcome to contact me with inquiries.
3.14. And I have an etsy shop called "ZhennelandTreasures" where I offer special vintage finds, my own original artist creations, and things to make things with. If you would like to take a peek ~ you will find the link to my shop also on the right side of this page.
4. Thank you for visiting Zhenneland! I hope that it will inspire and delight you! Have an amazing day of Art & Love & Life~!!
Oh, and all content of this blog (text, photographs and the artwork herein) is copyright Zhenne Wood 1986/2012 and all rights remain with the artist, which means any unauthorized use other than viewing without my written permission and/or licensing agreement is expressly prohibited. Thank you for respecting my artwork and original content.
The image shown here is a digital montage I created from photos I took of a red parasol, a long pole I encased in a tube of black & white fabric, the body of the figure is of a doll that I created called "The Eclectic Fashion Sherpa Doll", and the face of the figure derives from a photo of me...if you look closely into the picture, perhaps you will find the dragon (which I created as a commissioned piece).