Fourteen years ago, award-winning doll artist Collette Hatch was looking for ways to keep a positive outlook. After being diagnosed and treated for breast cancer, and living with the fear of a recurrence, her normal optimism needed a boost. She saw a picture of an art doll online, which led her to contact Jack Johnston and enroll in one of his classes. “Sculpting became a very happy place for me,” Hatch said. “Luckily my cancer was caught early. It’s a scary journey, but today I am cancer-free and I continue to enjoy creating my one-of-a-kind (OOAK) art dolls.Read More
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Art Dolls & Artists
Here are the articles about art dolls and doll artists from DOLLS magazine. Learn more about how to create art dolls, the tools to create doll art, read feature articles about doll artists, and see the newest art dolls.
Call Kassity Allison just about anything creative — from acclaimed figurative sculptor to award-winning doll designer — and she’ll humbly agree. Just don’t say she’s actually mastered the art of sculpting. That honor, she believes, is reserved exclusively for such renowned sculptors as Michelangelo and Rodin.Read More
Denise Bledsoe with Cupid By Pam North Welcome to California artist Denise Bledsoe’s world, one...Read More
Renee Goldberg has one of the longest established doll stores in the U.S. — Best Friends Collectables in Northridge, California. She was inspired to open her own shop 41 years ago,Read More