Friday, January 29, 2010

B-Dazle and the World of Woodloft

B-dazle

and

THE WORLD OF WOODLOFT


As I mentioned in the "One World One Heart" contest post (please scroll down to my January 25th post if you would like to enter the contest and haven't yet), my sparkly, moving sculpture of a car, B-dazle, has been my mechanical companion and workhorse for the past few years. B-dazle is a great icebreaker and has often been the subject of questions from my fellow citizens. Most want to know how long it took me to complete her and how many beads are attached. She has 23,000 beads, and bangles and took me 6 years to complete. Many also ask why I decided to create her. In part, B-dazle was an experiment I undertook to explore my interest in sculpture through a novel and unfamiliar medium. On a sadder note, however, her creation was also something I used to entertain my mother as she endured the relentless decline caused by Alzheimer’s Disease in her later years.




If you were here on a Saturday, you would likely find B-dazle and me on the local farmers’ market where I sell my sculpture and other artwork. (Everyone knows exactly where I am set up each week: all they have to do is find the most outrageous vehicle on the street, and there I am!)


Our little market is wonderful. We have an authentic European bread store, On the Rise, a chocolate shop to beat all, Chocolate Paper, and the new Taubman Museum of Art, a cultural edifice that has received national attention for its striking design.


And you’d love the flavorful, fresh produce our farmers bring to the market as well as the superb arts and crafts you’d find there. (If you are interested in reading more about the Roanoke farmers’ market, just click here.) After we finished touring the market, I’d invite you to climb into B-dazle and I’d whisk you off to visit my home, Woodloft, nestled in the woods of Virginia’s Roanoke Valley near the Blue Ridge Parkway.


Our first stop at Woodloft would be my studio. I have to warn you though, I am almost sure it is haunted. It must be, because every time I drop something on the floor, it disappears!


Once inside, you would see heads, arms, bodies and other body parts interspersed among the other detritus of my work.


You would see beads hanging absolutely everywhere.



And there are always sculptures in various stages of completion and stacks of just about everything imaginable.


I find a lot of my materials at our local flea market, Happy’s. When I see something I think I can use eventually, I buy it immediately and store it for future use. Unfortunately, that use sometimes does not make itself known for years, so I have to live with constant clutter. Funny that whenever I finally clean the studio, I can’t find anything for weeks afterward. It’s those ghosts, I tell you!


From the studio, I’d take you to my kitchen to begin showing you some of the finished artwork I’ve sprinkled throughout Woodloft. Here are my kitchen canisters for sugar, flour etc. Have you ever seen any like these before? I love to incorporate sculpture into the items I use in my everyday life. It seems to me that art, at its best, is an integral part of our lives.


While we are in the kitchen, I’d offer you a slice of the most decadent dessert you will ever taste. It is called Le Gateau Sans Rival, and was given to me by my mother-in-law. It is absolutely delicious. (If you would like the recipe, please click here.)

From the kitchen, we’d go to the main living area. There are mirrors everywhere at Woodloft.



And there are doors and windows that lead only to places in your imagination.


(If you would like to read more about what these mean to me, please click here or here.)

Mosaics abound here as well …



and there’s even a “fantasy art chair.” Sometimes I find friends sitting in it, and other times I find my dolls have claimed it for themselves.



One of the techniques I learned and came to love during a class in Italy was fresco. I used what I learned there to create the three angels, Strength, Wisdom and Love. They now occupy a wall at Woodloft.


They have other paintings and sculptures to keep them company. I like to think of Woodloft as part home and part private museum.



In my largest recent project, I’m remodeling a two-bedroom suite that is to become “The Tuscany Suite,” a nod to my love for Italy. It will house students for a class this summer. There is still a lot to do, but one of my sons-in-law, Lewis, a superb stonemason, has almost finished the arched doorways.


Just across the hall from The Tuscany Suite is my wine cellar. It was once just a closet under the stairs. I found an old iron gate and had it cut down and brazed to fit the doorway. Now if I could just keep the cellar filled with wine …


Finally, I would take you outside to show you the Woodloft gardens. There, mirrors reflect the water pond and the gong, ...


for meditation, there’s a 7-circuit labyrinth,...


and there are planters at nearly every turn.




When you tired of touring Woodloft, I’d invite you to come back soon. B-dazle would be waiting to start you on your way home. I’d say, “Ciao for now!” -- and in the meantime, come back to my blog anytime.





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  21. I love your secret word keeper! I would love to be included in the drawing!


    Sue

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  24. I'd love to come wander in your surroundings!

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    I would be thrilled to win that amazing bookmark sculpture as a consolation prize for not getting to live with you.
    Thank you for hopping on the magic carpet! I hope you get a chance to visit my blog on your tour.

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  31. You are truly an artist,you really push the boundaries of what can be art and infusing it into your every day life and the object you surround yourself with. It is all very Inspiring, thank you for sharing!

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  36. Thanks for your tour! I'll come back to your blog and read more! Of course I'd love to win one of your lovely creations :-) The bookmark is gorgeous! So please include me in your drawing!
    Have fun riding that Magic Carpet!

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  37. Wow, what a tour. Thanks! And please visit my blog too.

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  39. Please enter me in your draw! Also pop over to my blog, have a browse around and enter my give away. I’m number 303 on the magic carpet :)

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  40. Ooooohhhhh! A labryinth inside AND outside! Well..I have thought of it but haven't done it. And your prize even has finger labryinths on it! Well, I gotta be in this one!
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  41. What a great post and tour. I'd love to have one of your Wordkeepers -- delightful and it would be happy here with all our books! Please add my name to the hat and have a wonderful joy filled day!

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  42. I loved your tour thanks for sharing. Please enter me.
    Your house and gardens look amazing. It's so nice to meet you.

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  43. Thank you for the opportunity to win this great gift! Please stop by and sign up for mine, I am #387 on the carpet ride!

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  45. Love your giveaway! Hope I'm the lucky winner. If you are traveling the 'Magic Carpet Ride', I'm #395.

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  46. Thank you for a chance to win such a great offering!!

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  47. Thanks for commenting at my blog, I love both your art and your blog, they are very inspiring. And your garden- I think it's what my garden want to be when it grows up!
    Thanks,
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  48. Wow, you are amazing. Your van cracks me up -- my mom is obsessed with b-dazzlings thing and I'm totally showing this to her!

    Great giveaway! Count me in. :)

    You can visit me (I'm #252 on the list) at http://nelliebugs-swaps.blogspot.com

    I am giving away a set of hand-made soaps as well as a custom tutu! Hope to see you there, good luck!

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  49. I so enjoyed the tour and your van is fantastic!!! Omigosh, I love the bookmark and would so love to win it. Please enter me in your giveaway! Make sure you come enter mine as well, I'm #116:) Thank you!! xox

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  50. Loved the tour! Please enter enter me in your contest :)

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  51. Love your dazzling vehicle! Thanks for the tour also and the chance to win your giveaway.

    I hope you come visit me too.

    Sherry from England

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  52. I loved the tour also!! So much terrific artwork! Thanks so much for the chance to win.
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  53. Amazing!!! Love your art, love your home! **head spins and pops off**

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  54. Happy one world one heart from Australia!
    What a fabulous gift and blog. I love it when bloggers tell their story. I will be back

    <3

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  55. Oh my goodness! I loved your tour and your story too! Hugs, Terri

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  56. Very nice! Count me in! Thanks a lot! I'd love to win this! :]

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  57. I am completely enchanted and fascinated! Such amazing talent, and I'm in awe of your surroundings! Just beautiful:)
    Theresa

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  58. Oh wow, your world looks magical! I think the labyrinth in the laundry room is my favourite part at first glance.
    Your giveaway is also beautiful. I would love to win this.
    Cheers,
    Sophie in Montreal

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  59. your blog is an inspiration! Love your crones especially. What a wonderful giveaway. I think it needs to live close to me!!! thanks for the opportunity to enter.

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  60. Your car is amazing and What a great giveaway! Nice to meet you. Don’t forget to come visit me too. I’m #391 on OWOH.
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  61. Love your post, love B-dazzle! :)

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  62. Now that I started reading more I would love to have something to help me keep my place. She would look wonderful in my home.
    That is so cool how you decorated your van, I bet you never lose it in a parking lot.
    WW
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  63. Your culpted bookmark is a wonderful giveaway!
    Thank you for the chance to become a happy owner.
    And thank you for taking the time to visit my OWOH blog yesterday!

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  64. Wow !! What a wonderful Magic Carpet Ride !! A Journey into a fabulously colourful and inspirational world. Your studio sounds rather like mine. I am always finding or keeping things that might be useful for a creation somewhere down the track, and it is rather cluttered at times, but very colourful.
    Thankyou for such a wonderful view into your amazing and eclectic life. I am glad to meet you on this Magic Carpet Ride. I have bookmarked the page with the recipe Yummmmmmmmmmm Love, Light and Rainbows Megg Thanks for visiting mine

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  65. i just love your anatomical collections, your fabrics and gems and glass. what wonderful treasures you have! thanks so much for popping by my blog and i'm glad to visit yours.

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  66. Thanks for dropping by my blog. What an amazing post, I had a wonderful time on my tour! Please add me to your list.

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  67. I am on an inspiration high after that! WOW - I feel good. Amazingly delightful work.

    ~magick~
    Melissa
    #359 OWOH

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  68. Hi Cheryl! Great giveaway prize! I would love a chance to win. Please add my name to your lovely drawing! Your car is amazing! Lisa :)

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  69. Hi Cheryl, What an amazingly creative woman you are! I love your blog and your B-Dazzled ride! Thank you for the wonderful journey through Woodloft!
    Thank you for following my blog, I am signing up to follow yours as well, and I am so happy to find a kindred spirit in this blog world.
    Waxela (wa-shay-la)
    aka SpiritMama
    http://spiritmama-art.blogspot.com/

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  70. I am so glad to ahve found you thanks to OWOH...LOVE all your creations and can't wait to come back again and again!

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