Elisabeth Higgins O’Connor is a Sacramento, CA native that breathes life into monstrous creatures that would make the furry outcasts of ‘Where the Wild Things Are’ look like mundane conformists. Her homemade series ‘Dreadful Sorry Clementine’ stand at 6 to 8 feet by stitching textiles, linens, carpet, newspaper, and a whole mess of cardboard. Elisabeth’s origin of inspirations come from creepy western folk songs.
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