Paper dolls once ruled the toy chests of little girls — as they could be made from any magazine and had an endless number of outfits. The March/April 2009 issue of Somerset Studio celebrates paper dolls with artful versions of the once childhood toys. Lisa Guerin plays with stamped Victorian-styled dolls, put together with brads for added motion. Connie Govea Stuart assembles a doll that only faintly represents a person, and is created from a variety of household items. This issue’s artist portfolio explores the artwork of Danita, whose vintage-inspired dolls are painted on canvas and leave unforgettable impression of youthful imagination. Relive those earnest childhood moments with this delightful issue.
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