S y d n e y M o f f a t
Santa Fe Opera
Collaboration with Candice Day.
Millinery Wire wrapped with gold ribbon.
Set of Five:
Two of Lace and Organza, Three of Milliner's Net, Tule, and Organza
Layers sewn together prior to wire attachment.
Hand-sewn to wire frame, Organza Flank attached around collar
(Performer below has been documented with the Collar on upside down)
. Santa Fe Opera
Patterned and Fit.
Thick Canvas base
Covered, and lined.
Appliqués and medallions added later.
, Santa Fe Opera
Judith M. Craigo-Robb
Magnets cased inside Epaulet base and Decorative White.
Decorative Top switched on stage from the Performer in the left image on the left, to the Performer in the right picture of the left.
Switch indicates a status change.
detailing. Dickinson College.
Collaborative construction with Sherry Harper-McCombs and Juli Bounds.
Teeth molded of Sculpey and painted.
Inserted into gum with hot glue, painted.
Tongue made of Padding Foam and covered with painted fabric.
Tip of tongue weighted for movement.
Hoof covered with Sculptor-coat and cracked for texture.
Distressed with Acrylic Paint.
Throat-slit filled with Hot Glue to matt the hair and give texture.
Painted during distressing.
Actor's on-stage blood gave added distressing during the show.
Teeth molded out of Air-Puff clay, and painted
Secured into place with Gorilla Glue.
On-stage view of the Crocodile »
The Crocodile Teeth
, Greenbrier Valley Theater
Three Dimensional Patterning Technique:
created off of existing object or created object.
Buttons for the Clown, Santa Fe Opera
Object wrapped and marked.
Wrapping cut off of object,
darts created as necessary.
Pattern created in show fabric.
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