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KOOK TEFLON
Underbelly Jewels

Left her heart in New Orleans!

read all her most intimate thoughts at Underbelly Mishaps..www.http://missoblivious.blogspot.com/

Miss Oblivious (who now works under the name KOOK Teflon),thinks only of New Orleans, and lives in a world of perpetual ruinous glamour. A doll-maker, photographer, painter, writer, film-maker, promoter, producer, and art instructor, she is inspired by people and events that embody the underbelly of society including, but not limited to, the dust-bowl glamour of traveling sideshows and circuses, the dark history of the French Quarter, and the unacknowledged icons of queer culture. Although Miss Oblivious has had her dolls and photographs exhibited in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Seattle, she is regular…

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  • Female
  • Born on May 1
  • Joined January 7, 2007

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blood, french quarter finds, cemetery dust, remedies, mourning emotions, Mardi Gras remnants, felt scissors paste film, velvet 19th century treasures torn leggings old shoes haunted locations old time passion

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About

KOOK TEFLON
Underbelly Jewels

Left her heart in New Orleans!

read all her most intimate thoughts at Underbelly Mishaps..www.http://missoblivious.blogspot.com/

Miss Oblivious (who now works under the name KOOK Teflon),thinks only of New Orleans, and lives in a world of perpetual ruinous glamour. A doll-maker, photographer, painter, writer, film-maker, promoter, producer, and art instructor, she is inspired by people and events that embody the underbelly of society including, but not limited to, the dust-bowl glamour of traveling sideshows and circuses, the dark history of the French Quarter, and the unacknowledged icons of queer culture. Although Miss Oblivious has had her dolls and photographs exhibited in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Seattle, she is regular participant of art and photography exhibits in New Orleans, including Poets Gallery,
Ragin Daisy, The Darkroom and RHINO. This will be the second collection featured at Deity.
Miss Oblivious and her inspiring art work was the subject of a March 2010 feature article in New Orleans’ Cue magazine. She is currently available for commissions and photo shoots and would like her collectors to know that she places a eucalyptus nut from 19th century trees planted in the San Francisco estate of former New Orleans resident and civil rights advocate, Mary Ellen Pleasant, in most of her dolls.
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http://kookteflon.blogspot.com/

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