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Category Archives: Show & Tell
Tatiana Baeva & Mary Ellen Frank Skype IM up a storm & make a discovery…
Mary Ellen (that’s me) was at the doll museum* doing a bit of organizational work when a little icon popped up on the right bottom of her computer alerting her that Tatiana Baeva** was on Skype in Moscow. It was 12 hours different there so almost midnight in Moscow and noon in Alaska. Continue reading
My cohort dollmaker Annie Hurlbut, originally of Chevak Alaska visited me at the museum (Aunt Claudia’s Dolls) the last couple of days while she was downtown in Juneau marketing her dolls to the tourist galleries. Annie is a Yup’ik Eskimo … Continue reading
Emily and Jeremiah’s wedding cake topperThese figures were built over a wire armature, using cloth and polymer clay, stitched painted, glued and fixed to an upholstered wooden base. 5″ high. Last seen high above a pyramid of luscious cupcakes on a beribboned and flowered dock over Santa Barbara Harbor, this cloth and polymer clay armatured couple, stitched, painted and glued…escaped to their honeymoon in Patagonia.
(made by Jo-Ellen Trilling a.k.a. “mom”) Continue reading