3 days ago I made an official notch of my new collection “Inner Mongolia” in social networks. And now I would like to share with you several work-in-progress pictures.
About the collection in brief: it will contain porcelain (as usual), velvet, beads, pearls, silver, gems, slanting eyes, mysterious looks, wise half-smiles, rework and reinterpretation of the deepest and strongest cultural roots of Mongolia.
Later I’ll definitely write how this, “personal”, Mongolia was born inside of me. Of course, it differs from real Mongolia existing in 7,000 km to South-East from me. It is only mine, turning from a small seed into the vast internal space. Now parts of this internal space are materializing into dolls
I will try to keep you update about the progress and hope to meet some of you at the exhibition in Moscow in 2 months!
Wonderful photos Olga- I am really looking forward to seeing more work in progress shots! She is going to be absolutely amazing! I feel so privileged to be the happy owner of two of your exquisite dolls- I wish I were rich so I could just keep adding to my collection!!!! :-)
bibarina Thank you so much Melissa! I also feel privileged to have such a wonderful, loyal customer and creative collegue And I do wish you prosperity so you could add to your collection whatever you like - no matter if they are mine girls or someone else's ))
Last Edit: Oct 14, 2016 5:49:19 GMT -8 by OlgaGood
This concept is so stunning!! The outfit + headdress are going to be.... argh, just don't know good words... amazing is not good enough. Thank You for the WIP photos, it is always so interesting seeing artists work before the finished piece. <3
caracalquietdoveAnnafitz Many thanks dear all! And I'm sorry that I didn't reply earlier - the closer to exhibition, the more it looks like I live in my studio.. Thanks for your kind words and for your comments letting me know that the process is interesting as well... Just today I was thinking that my instagram profile looks not like a magic shop window with ready belles inside but like an artisan's corner - with all that chaos ))) On the other hand, it's interesting for me to share the process with you, so people could see some details of the process and have an idea how both complicated and captivating it is.