|8 Sep 2006|| Casserole|
Omigosh... This is absolutley astounding, youre a true artist! ^.^
|28 Sep 2006|| Jenny Johnson|
I just wanted to say that I am completely in awe of your work. It's unbelievably detailed and shows such talent and flair. Totally inspirational!!!
|7 Jan 2007|| Anonymous|
Did you know - and you probably do - that in the late 19th and early 20th century, hatters used lead in the process of making the felt that they used to cover their hats? Over time, this lead got into their blood stream, causing gradual dementia. Hence the expression 'as mad as a hatter'.
It is thought that it was the lead in their pipes that eventually drove the Romans mad, and caused their downfall. The word 'plumbing' comes from the Latin 'plumbus' meaning lead.
Hehe, I'll stop now. Sorry
BTW great sculpture!
|25 Jul 2007|| Bella|
actually i think it was mercury that drove hatters mad... and since when did the romans all go mad? :-S
but anyway... i love ALL your sculptures, they really are amazing, even if this one is a little scary lol.
|9 Aug 2008|| Hallie Wiseley|
Anonymous actually knows what he is talking about; I’ve read about both mercury and lead being the poison. And some historians do theorize that one of the causes of the fall of the Roman Empire was lead poisoning--they had a drink they were rather obsessed with called Milk of Lead or some such name.
Anyway, about the picture.... I think that your interpretations of each character are wonderful! The Cheshire Cat and the Mad Hatter are both so intense!
|9 Oct 2008|| Wicked Lovely|
How will he ever drink his tea now? Brilliant! The details for all your sculptured works is absolutely Amazing...I am so incredibly jealous! Fantastic.
|13 Jun 2010|| McCormick|
Okay. Last time I’ll comment. Promise. Um. This has to be my favorite series I’ve ever seen. This Wonderland Asylum thing you have going. So original and just so real and creative. Absolutely stunning. You are an awesome artist and I don’t think anyone could do it better. Wonderful job.