Artist Portfolio

Selected body of related costuming, props, and general technical artistry geared toward theatre.

Cotton dress, 1950s inspired, 2011.

Realistic Armor-Under-$20, 2012.

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Gorget from the Met.
Gorget from the Met.

Armor under $20. This is the Inspiration from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. A fancy pants gorget! Can I recreate something similar? I posed this challenge to myself!

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Foss shape modeling.
Foss shape modeling.

The beginnings of my armor project made of Foss shape.

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Modeling Gorget.
Modeling Gorget.

Modeling the gorget, at the wee hours in the night!

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Gorget from the Met.
Gorget from the Met.

Armor under $20. This is the Inspiration from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. A fancy pants gorget! Can I recreate something similar? I posed this challenge to myself!

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Elle, the Puppet

Preliminary Sketch
Preliminary Sketch

Foam project preliminary sketch. I chose to make a puppet. This is a preliminary sketch of Elle, inspired by my (then 1-1/2 year old) niece Danielle.

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Meet Elle!
Meet Elle!

Elle is made of 1/4 and 1/2 inch foam, fleece, yarn and lots of love. By far, one of the most difficult things I have ever made...lots of hours... she was completed at 3am after a weekend of 10/12 hr. tech days. she's all kinds of special...

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No process shots of Elle (A lot of the work I did on her was when she was inside out. Behind her is a mouse puppet turned inside out as an example to the class about how to construct the puppet with foam).

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Preliminary Sketch
Preliminary Sketch

Foam project preliminary sketch. I chose to make a puppet. This is a preliminary sketch of Elle, inspired by my (then 1-1/2 year old) niece Danielle.

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Commedia del'Arte: Arlecchino Mask, 2012.

Commedia Mask! This is Arlecchino (Harlequin) modeled after the image to the right. No premade masks or materials provided.

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Once the non-hardening clay was molded, I heated Wonderflex to mold around the clay facial structure. This is the Wonderflex in process.

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Arlecchino mask detail. I used maroon, yellow and brown paint and elastic to finish it off.

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Commedia Mask! This is Arlecchino (Harlequin) modeled after the image to the right. No premade masks or materials provided.

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Marshall Jones, III
Jaclyn
Kyle

Portraits