is a mixed sculptural artist and writer living in Nashville, Tennessee
. Her art and writing have been published in Art Doll Quarterly, DOLLS, Faerie,
Contemporary Doll Collector, FAE, Belle Armoire magazines, and The Journal of Mythic Arts. Chandra’s art has also been featured in two books, 500 Handmade Dolls and Aphrodisia II: Art of the Female Form.
A member of the Southern Highland Craft Guild, her work was recently featured in a six member show at the Focus Gallery at Allanstand in the Folk Art Center in Asheville, North Carolina called "Shaping Matters". Chandra's work has been shown in juried shows around the country and has been featured in the esteemed pop surrealist L.A. gallery The Hive.
Electric Blue Unicorn Girl
is a seated one of a kind sculpt in polymer clay and Apoxie Sculpt, hand painted in acylics and fine chalks. Her button jointed body has a wool needle felted bodice trim with ribbon, and cotton upper arms and legs. Her silk dress has been hand ruched and trimmed with gathered pale yellow tulle, and her art silk wig is also hand made. Ribbon also adorns her hair and was used to make her tiny shoes. She is about 17".
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Faun Girl is a seated one of a kind sculpt in polymer clay and Apoxie Sculpt, hand painted in acrylics and fine chalks. Her button jointed body has a needle felted wool bodice trimmed with ribbon, and cotton upper arms and legs. Her silk dress has been hand ruched and trimmed with gathered pale yellow tulle, and her art silk wig is also hand made. Ribbon was used to make her tiny shoes. She is about 17"..
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Little Red Riding figure is a one of a kind full body sculpt in professional grade polymer clay and Apoxie Sculpt over a wire armature. She has been painted in acrylics and her wig is mohair. The bodice is dupioni silk, and the lined and wired skirt is cotton. Beneath the skirt are cotton bolster pads with silk ribbon ties, and a cotton pair of pantaloons. On her feet are a pair of non removable silk shoes with silk ties. The wired cape is dupioni silk, lined with chiffon, and the hood is embellished with free motion embroidery in silk thread in the pattern of a wolf's head. There is silk painting on the cape and shoes as well as the edges of the skirt and pantaloons. None of the clothes are removable except the cape. Her stand is wood covered in quilt batting and stretch velvet, felt on the underside. Without the cape Little Red stands at just under 14 inches, with the cape she is 15 inches tall