Quirky Seagull

Project Seagull from Felt Artist Eve Marshall 

She sent me a sketch with notes:

  • 2 Sets of Seagull feet with knobbly knees, approx 3 inches long
  • 2 beaks for seagulls

Your wish is my command Eve ;-)

Seagull Feet forged and textured from copper sheet, then copper wire legs brazed to the feet.

Beaks made using fold forming techniques.

Eve made this AMAZING Felted Seagull Sculpture which was exhibited recently at Stamford Arts Centre. I can't wait to see the 2nd seagull she will make with the other set of beak and feet. 

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