Author bio or company statement Copied from her Etsy Profile "I am an artist that loves to sculpt and paint! I have been in the process (always in process) of making ball jointed porcelain dolls recently but loves to find time to still do the occasional painting. I find it fascinating that each work of art seems to take on a life of it's own, sometimes even down to dictating what it wants to look like. I never know quite how things will turn out till they are finished!
It's always a little magical that a medium, be it oil, watercolor or porcelain slip, can go from an inert substance to something that has been brought to life and has energy flowing through it. Well a least that's the goal!"
History of the company
Copied from her Etsy Profile "I create one of a kind and limited edition art dolls. I have been making porcelain ball jointed dolls for 5 years now. I was one of the winners of Doll magazine's "Award of Excellence" for 2013 and won "Best of Show" this year (2014) at the Orlando Museum of Art show "What the Dickens" with my Oliver Twist doll.I absolutely love the medium of porcelain and I hope to, in the future, work more on American folk tale and ghost story characters."
Doll Lines & Sculpts
Brina, Enya, Little Pumpling, Devil Baby, Melf (Mouse-Elf), Penelope, Mermaid
Post by lilithskyblue on Oct 12, 2014 11:03:55 GMT -8
I have been trying very hard to post a few more pictures. I can't believe I'm that much of an idiot, but I just can't seem to get one on. And I read both the hosting forum's directions and this forums directions.
Post by orchidsdesigns on Oct 12, 2014 22:31:43 GMT -8
Here is my little cutie - she was originally named "Penelope" but once with me I followed my tradition of naming my dolls after flowers and natural things, so she became Primrose. I believe she is one of the tiny "elf" sculpts, same size as the little devil baby and the melf tinies.
She is such an exquisite little creature, so beautifully and perfectly made. She radiates a sweet innocence, and is the most adorable "little sister" to many of my dolls (Paper White, Higher Delights, etc)
Her little wig comes neatly off should she want to have different hair, and snaps back in place with a tiny magnet. her features and eyes are all delicately painted and she has soft body blushing to give her a healthy ruddy glow. her posing is magnificent for such a small doll (many of my other "tinies" have very "kicky" legs - not Primrose!)
She also looks really cute with other similar sized "lesser jointed" dolls (here pictured wit a Myling sculpt by Hemlig Dolls)