Musings from the Moonroom

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The Yes Men


The blog has been quite lately while I prepare for my show this weekend at the Paradise City Arts Festival in Northampton. I’ll be in booth #922 in the arena building. If you’re in the area, please stop by and say “hi.”

Now that I’ve finished a few new pieces for the show, it is time for them to make their debut. Today features the Yes Men, also known as being indecisive in your decisiveness.

First, a group shot: The decisive yes side


And a group shot of the back side:


Each Yes Man is two-faced, uhm, I mean he has a face on both sides of his head, oh wait, that still didn’t sound right. The Yes Men feature heads with two expressions. On one side is a positive “yes” and on the other side is a firm “no.” You decide which expression you want to face outwards. Depending on your mood you might be switching sides several times throughout the day.

Here are full body shots of each one.

Yes Man with Hands: Front

YesManHandsfrontYes Man with Hands: Back


Yes Man with Hands stands 9.5″ tall. Price: $225.00

Next up, Yes-Maybe Man viewed from the front:

YesMaybeManFrontYes-Maybe Man from the back:

YesMaybeManBackYes-Maybe Man is 7″ tall. Price: $150.00

Last is Yes Man in Green; Front:

YesManGrnFrontYes Man in Green, Back:

YesManGrnBackYes Man in Green is 8.5″ tall. Price: $180.00

Each Yes Man is made from polymer clay formed over a foil and clay armature. The heads are hand sculpted.  Additional materials include beads, mica powder, acrylic paint, chalk pastels, acrylic wash, and wire.

9 thoughts on “The Yes Men

  1. those look like a lot of fun — you do some good work — good luck this weekend

  2. Amy, your Yes Men are FABULOUS! I absolutely love the idea of them. I also love the polymer clay patterns of their bodies. It looks like a beautiful fabric.
    I will be thinking of you this weekend and wish you tons of good luck at your show!

  3. Amy, you have been busy.. They look great.. Good luck at the show!

  4. Love your work ~ so unique and creative ~ I am a member of Stef’s blogging yahoo group ~ stop by my blog at ~ Keep up the great work!

    Hugs and namaste,

  5. Amy, these are so much fun! Hope you did well at Paradise City.

  6. It was great meeting you at Paradise City. I love your work. It was nice to see it in person

    • Hi Peg,

      It was nice to meet you too. Thanks for your compliments on my work. And good luck with the new polymer clay guild.

      Hope to see you at another Paradise City show.


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