Jennifer Beinhacker - Art Outside The Edge
totem 2
1998
mixed media: on wood posts: acrylic paint, dolls, plaster cask material, feathers, stones, bones, beads, jewels, thread spools, twine, nails, small dowel, birds, fetishes, collaged paper
36 1/2" x 13 1/2" x 7"
EXHIBITED AT:

Artomatic 2007
Arlington, VA
13 April – 20 May 2007

COMMENTS MADE:

I really love this. just as a very interesting take on the doll concept but it also has powerfully magical/ritualistic feeling. Great work!

This piece has everything I look for in an artwork

This is amazing! I'm in love with it.

It is indeed magical

I like this totem fetish figure.Strong!

Wooow really fantastic!!!

mystic baby.

Excellent piece!

Great work !

Fantastic creation !! I'm always happy to see your amazing artwork !! :-))

cool work - crazy !!!

fabulous creation!!!

very cool, my friend

Gorgeous!

oh cool.. this is so intricate and unique.. like all of your work! good morning and happy sunday

cool work!!!!!

very nice work

buen trabajo!

Excepcional trabajo, saludos

Very powerful on many levels, deeply felt expression.Much to see in this piece.

intriguing art!

wonderful image to channel positive energy

This is cool

Great work Jennifer!

Superbe!

Very creative!!!! Love the design of this!!!!! Excellent!!!!

Great looking work Jennifer

Wonderful piece

Beautiful!!...

This still intrigues me..

How lovely with all the little things you collected...a wonderful totem! I also love the dream catchers and have one hanging over my bed :-) I hope you enjoy the weekend

Interesting totem !

amaaaaaaaaaazing....what an intricate and fascinating piece...My cat would trash those feathers in 5 minutes or less

So cool shamanic art my friend!

Lovely work as always Jennifer:)

An intricate and lovely creation. Your hard work on it paid off!!

a very original work, Jennifer, full of symbolic items !

Amazing totem, from a distance it looked Egyptian but up close much more like voodoo. Very cool.

Creative and beautiful art, Jennifer...!
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