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About Pat Moulton Originals

www.patmoultonsbabycollection.com
Pat Moulton Originals
1196 Jo Lane
Gardnerville, NV 89410-7956
(775) 392-4014
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Allow me to introduce myself, my name is Pat Moulton and I have been creating dolls for over 40 years. I have been fortunate enough to win Dolls Awards of Excellence as well as invent reborn kits and sculpting tools. My goal is to sculpt dolls others will love and cherish for many years. Each doll I create comes from a passion to sculpt a doll that captivates the heart. My sculptures span a variety of doll types. From babies, to children, and ball jointed dolls. Occasionally I am inspired to create something completely different and at this time I have created fabric pets to add to my lineup. I love what I do and hope you can see that reflected in my work.

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Virginia Comish adds BJDs to her dollmaking lineup

Doll artist Virginia Comish has spent about a decade making baby dolls, first making vinyl reborn dolls, later switching to working on silicone baby dolls, including sculpting a doll for reproduction in silicone. Most recently, though, her enjoyment of collecting ball-jointed dolls (BJDs) has led her to make her own — not just the sculpts, but making the molds and casting the dolls herself.

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Pioneering artist Pat Moulton continues to expand her knowledge

Over her career of 40+ years, Pat Moulton has created award-winning baby dolls and BJDs; invented new tools and been at the forefront of innovations in the doll collecting field, and taught and mentored many other artists. Her many contributions to the doll-collecting hobby earned her DOLLS magazine’s Lifetime Achievement Award in 2020. And still, she continues to expand her knowledge of dollmaking techniques rather than resting on her laurels.

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Maria Mordvinkova’s wooden dolls carve links to the past

Reproductions of antique bisque dolls are an enduring part of the doll-collecting scene. But few modern dollmakers try to re-create the carved-wood Queen Anne dolls of the 17th and 18th centuries. One artist who does is Maria Mordvinkova, and her creations beautifully reflect the historic look of the original Queen Ann dolls without carrying a hugely expensive price tag.

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