Well, I finally finished the Avengers nesting dolls! I decided to do the Avengers from the comic book (the early one, from the 1960's). This set was hand painted with acrylic paint on wooden nesting dolls. The seven piece set contains (from largest to smallest) The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, The Vision, The Scarlet Witch and last but not least The Wasp. The Hulk stands 8" tall and The Wasp is a woppin' 0.75"!
All are hand painted with Acrylic. The largest doll measures in at 8" tall, and the smallest doll is 0.75".
Posted by Andy Stattmiller at 12:47 PM
Opus: creative work Arcade: passageway, gallery
Opus Arcade is a new hair salon and art gallery in Evergreen Park of Palo Alto.
The environment we are cultivating is dedicated to you,
sharing our talents in the art of hair design along with providing
a warm, cultural ambiance that features local artists to take you on
a wonderful excursion as you visit our passageway.
We are extremely excited to have our very first art exhibit titled
"Sweet Wood" featuring the work of Andy Stattmiller. He is an artist
based in San Francisco who paints, sculpts, illustrates and designs.
His work takes us on a fun ride through familiar places
with "Cali Love" and "Golden Gate" then doesn't forget dessert
with "Hello Halo" and "Bodacious Banana Split".
Andy takes us so many more places with his range of work and
his exhibit is open now for your viewing pleasure.
We invite you to come take a stroll through Opus Arcade's passageway
anytime during our flexible business hours.
Come join us for the reception for Sweet Wood! Sunday, January 12th, 2pm-5pm.
460 Cambridge Ave
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Posted by Andy Stattmiller at 12:44 PM
Here's the latest installment with the nesting dolls, Pulp Fiction! From left to right you have Marcellus Wallace, Vincent Vega, Jules Winnfield, Mia Wallace, Butch Coolidge, The Wolf, and The Gimp. This one was one of my favorites to work on!
Posted by Andy Stattmiller at 6:32 PM
So I've been kinda hooked on painting these nesting dolls lately. This time I paid tribute to the King of Pop himeself. The smallest piece is Michael as a young tike, from the Jackson 5 days. Following that is Michael as a teenager, then Thriller Michael in the red leather suit. Then comes Micheal in the gold suit from the History Tour. And last but not least is the white Michael we'll all miss. Now I just have to somehow get these dolls to do the moon walk and my job is done.
Posted by Andy Stattmiller at 6:54 PM