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September 17, 2014

Latest One-Eyed Girl works for Clutter Gallery's Color Theory Exhibition

On September 13th, 2014, Clutter Gallery opened a group exhibition called "Color Theory",featuring colorful artist works from all around the world. Artist One-Eyed Girl, Kasey Tararuj, offered up 5 unique and colorful pieces for the show. First up is a custom Raaar and micro munnyworld pair of figures called Dorkosaurus "Dorko" Rex and Neandersloth. "Dorko" is the pet of Neandersloth. This pair of customs are available through the Clutter Gallery webstore for $300 plus shipping.

Bizmo and Buddy is another pair of customs, created from a 7" Munny and Micro Munny. Featuring One-Eyed Girls unique style and sculpting, this pair of figures work well together, with the colors of Buddy tying in nicely with Bizmo. This pair is available for $300 plus shipping through the Clutter Gallery Store.
Camo Cameron is a silly One-Eyed Girl chameleon character made using a 4" Foomi. Chameleons are awesome and Camo Cameron is not only a silly chameleon but is also a nice representation of One-Eyed Girl's style. This piece is available for $175 plus shipping through the Clutter Gallery online store.
The last two pieces from One-Eyed Girl is a chubby hummingbird named Neddy Needlenose and a carousel horse named Porcey the Horsie. Neddy Needlenose is a custom 4" Rooz figure, available for $175 plus shipping through Clutter Gallery. Porcey the Horsie is a custom Tokidoki Unicorno figure, available for $200 plus shipping. All of One-Eyed Girls pieces are a great representation of creating a character/figure in her own unique style. Camo Cameron is not only a Chameleon, but a One-Eyed Girl chameleon. It's nice to see One-Eyed Girl's unique take on each of these figures, especially since all of them feature a ton of sculpting work and paint application. Be sure to check out the Color Theory group show online through Clutter Gallery, or stop by the actual gallery if in the area.