I've spent a restful week of "staycation" after spending a few manic days at the Artistic Figures in Cloth conference in Columbus, Ohio last week. As always, Cyndi Sieving, along with husband Mike and both her sisters did a marvelous job on this event. I am looking forward to receiving my CD containing photos of all events, which is one of the perks of the meeting. However, I did go ahead and take a few shots myself that I'll share with those of you unable to attend this marvelous event.
I will admit that the photos below represent a small amount of my favorite dolls at the show...but certainly not all of them!
Unfortunately, I do not remember the names of all the dollmakers, so I ask that you enjoy the shots and if you wish to tell me the name(s) of any of the dollmakers, I'll be happy to add them here.
This doll is by Jodi Miller who is quickly becoming one of my favorite doll artists. This was her "steampunk" challenge doll. Jodi usually works in bright colors, but chose the muted pallet to go with the steampunk challenge. What a great doll!
Well, that is all for now. I have not had a chance to photograph the doll I made at class last week, so expect a new post from me in the very near future. Thanks again, Cyndi, for a WONDERFUL time.