“I chose to close the house in with plexi glass because I wanted it to be inaccessible, and tomb-like - inaccessible in that one cannot enter a real dollhouse because of the scale, and tomb-like because it encapsulates a time and a lifestyle that no longer exists, and will never exist again”, [Canadian artist Heather Benning] said.
Wonderful piece. Can you imagine it at night, alone in the fields?
Her quote made me remember these. The Original EcoSphere...
I always wanted one as a kid, but was always a little terrified of them- what a sinister thing, to entomb life inside a tiny little glass ball! Poor shrimps. They were sort of like a beta version of Sims, mm?
But then, aren't we all. Ha.
Pauline West's first novel, EVENING’S LAND, is a Library Journal Self-e Selection, winner of the Helene Wurlitzer Foundation Award and recipient of the Carol Marie Smith Memorial Scholarship for the NOEPE Center of Literary Arts.
Pauline West's books on Goodreads
Candlemoth: A Holy City Romance
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Candlemoth Volume 2: How To Spend It
ratings: 10 (avg rating 4.40)
Candlemoth Book 3: A Twist of Fate
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Stalker: A Gothic Thriller
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