About the Artist: Eileen Cressman-Reeder
When first seeing my work, I'm often asked, "How do you come up with this stuff?" I don't know. But my hope is for my work to shed light on the humor of everyday life. Humor connects us in a positive way. Smiling and laughing is beautifully contagious. I aim to spread a little happiness to those who I touch through my art and teaching. Smile on, friends, smile on.
Related GalleryThree Dimensional Work
8 1/4" X 7 1/8" X 9 1/8". Polymer clay.
Sophie loves her worm pasta along with a good ChiANTi. Unfortunately she had a little too much ANTipasto. It's not settling well and the ants are giving her indigestion. Sophie's head comes off. When you peer inside you will see the ants climbing up a ladder in hopes of escaping their impending fate.
7" X 2 3/4" X 3". Polymer clay, chain, washer.
Humpty was a narcissist. He constantly talked about himself. He even wrote a book about himself! The wall was sick of it and pushed him. He landed in the frying pan and was eaten with a knife and fork. Humpty opens to reveal a fried egg, knife, and fork.