I love the rabbit fur hair on this interpretation of the Red Queen by Jacqui Gallant
Lana Hicks dresses her dolls in gorgeous outfits with delightful details such as the cat face mary janes worn by the doll in the photo above, titled "Mixie Mayhem".
Another of Lana Hick's dolls, titled "Neko"
Detail of "Neko"
One of my favourite doll artists, Sarah Legault, created the "Dragon Lady" in the photo above. Her dolls have a primitive style, and are always dressed in luxurious fabrics
Mike Austin contributed his "Creepy Sailor Jerry" to the show
California artist Sheri DeBow's dolls remind me of the artist herself with their masses of tangled blonde hair, large eyes and full lips. The one above is titled, "Hannah, with her picture still looking for mama"
Another of DeBow's creations titled "Blessed Virgin Mother's Heart", made of German polymer clay
Karly Perez hand dyes the fabric she uses to make the clothing for her dolls and whatever she used to dye the fabric for the dress worn by "Hedda" above, makes the doll smell like brown sugar!