I’d posted some of my more unusual finds in my art collection here. https://hauntedmtl.com/uncategorized/jennifer-weigel-art-collection-highlights/

The collection is always growing and evolving and spreading (not unlike The Blob) and so I figured I’d revisit it with some recent additions…

more figurative pieces from my personal collection

From left to right: Under the Wisteria portrait with flowers hanging over the eyes by Koji Sage; concrete yard statue of faceless woman from Yoder Ornamental Concrete, Full Support phantom of the opera figure by Art AI; The Headless Horseman with flailing shirt on horseback print by Edward Gropper; pheonix heart radiating light portrait by Hollie Galati; window waif by Mackala Blair; dancer floating in green by Christine Ilewski; unknown drag portrait; assorted collaged vintage advertisements

assorted figurative detail works from my personal collection

From left to right: detail of gold mask from actress portrait by Ruth Miller; nose bas relief by David William Spencer; tentacles by David Sean Derue; hamsa Xerox eye and hand by Jonathan Stangroom; gas mask by Veronica Harris; eye on red abstract by Mitch Stimers; Arterial Motion throbbing abstract by A Wilson; hand reaching upwards ring holder jewelry dish

assorted skeletal and bestial portraits in my personal collection

From left to right: Mexican Dia de los Muertos tissue paper banner; Haitian beaded angel doll; nude portrait with Tibetan dragon mask by Connie LaFlam; skeleton yard flamingo; Papau New Guinea portrait with beard; skeleton mermaid doll by Shamara Davis; The House of Symbiosis goat headed fairy figure by M de Vena; winged frog prince brass sculpture from India

painted plastic spiders by Cassie King

And a personal favorite, the Freak Show spider with all of its dancing Barbie shoes and garter belt hosiery…

Portrait of myself with dark makeup and crow skull headdress, backlit by the sun.
About the Author

Jennifer Weigel is a multi-disciplinary mixed media conceptual artist residing in Kansas USA. Weigel utilizes a wide range of media to convey her ideas, including assemblage, drawing, fibers, installation, jewelry, painting, performance, photography, sculpture, video and writing. You can find more of her work at: https://www.jenniferweigelart.com/ https://www.jenniferweigelprojects.com/ https://jenniferweigelwords.wordpress.com/

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