Want a dose of weird? Pick up the Weekender newspaper and flip to page thirty to read a comprehensive, full-page interview on my human hair art on display now at Ripley’s Believe It or Not!
Holding the vampire bat that he made from human hair at Ripley’s Believe It or Not!
Would you believe me if I told you my artwork is on display at Ripley’s Believe It or Not! museum on Times Square, NYC? How about if I told you it was made from human hair? My own hair? (more…)
Nightface by Lydia Peever
photo/mua: lydia peever
My first novel is on at Amazon for $1 right now! I may run a promotion for Pray Lied Eve this coming Friday the 13th and no telling how long this sale will be on ~ check other titles from Post Mortem Press too.
Buy Nightface here! http://www.amazon.com/dp/B004VF6702
archival ink, acrylic, plastic, metal, nail polish
Happy World Goth Day! I’m delighted you took a break from your annual cemetery picnic to
Listen to this! I was thrilled to have been interviewed on The Weird Show, podcast this week about my artwork, including the human hair sculptures that will be featured in my upcoming art exhibit “The Beauty of Grotesque,” writing, and a bit on my future creative endeavors.
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“Human Hair Vampire Bat”
Throughout history, human hair and its diverse styles have served as important cultural signifiers, symbolizing wealth, status, and health. The moment it’s detached from the human body, however, it becomes grotesque, often manifesting decay, loss, and repugnance.
This conditional perception of beauty is what inspired this sculpture, and…
Author Interview: The Wood Word - “Wake the Wicked”
I was fortunate to be interviewed by The Wood Word, Marywood University’s official student…
'Wake the Wicked' One Year Anniversary!
One year ago yesterday, on December 21, 2012, “Wake the Wicked: Thirteen Twisted Tales”was first…
'Local authors hold book signing' - Times Leader Newspaper
Photo of article published Wednesday, December 18, 2013 in the Times Leader newspaper, Page 2C.