The Art of the Dollmaker
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Enter the creative world of doll collectibles to explore the private studios of renowned doll artists who discuss their passion and creative process. The Art of the Doll Maker reveals the unique and spiritual image of the doll as well as the artistry and soul of the doll maker. More than 160 Dolls including works by Annie Wahl, Akira Blount, Nancy Wiley, Jo-Ellen Trilling, Bev Radefeld and more.
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The "Art of the Doll" is a very misleading title. One rents or buys this particular title to know more about the actual process and techniques of "Doll Art" but instead is treated to personal angst. There are some nice interviews with famous doll artists and an array of wonderful photos of their work with saves the film somewhat.
While it makes for an interesting story, it also detracts.
The works of Lisa Lichtenfels and E.J. Taylor is worth the price of the dvd alone.
Firstly, we made our own "Personal Motivational Sisters" for when times get tough and we feel those power surges. Second, this will really help you understand that Dollmaking is the most vulnerable of all arts, and completely expresses yourself. The reviews that complain "too much therapy" are written by HACKS as nowhere did the tears more readily flow than in those intimate moments. Elinor Peace Bailey is an inspiration and my fears that all other humans would be a disappointment after seeing her led me to friend her on facebook. Three years later, she accepted and finally I was able to feel validation.
I literally cannot recommend this film highly enough.
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