Art Doll Quarterly Magazine

Art Doll Quarterly Magazine

This full-color, 128-page publication is dedicated to art dolls and sculptural figures made from cloth, polymer clay, Creative Paperclay®, wire armatures, mixed-media, and much more. In each issue, you will find creative challenges, doll-artist profiles, convention listings and reviews, book & video reviews, and a 35-page gallery of art dolls made by our readers. Occasionally, original doll patterns will also be shared with our readers. Come join the fun! Art Doll Quarterly™ is open to doll artists of all abilities.

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Art Doll Quarterly Winter 2016
Explore the world of doll making with the winter issue of Art Doll Quarterly, which features doll artist Robin Foley, the results of “The Dance” Challenge, and a Behind-the-Scenes look at ODACA by Lillian Alberti. Meet Hansel & Gretel by Sheri DeBow, or see how Danita’s art doll was inspired by her childhood. Plus, read “Hair is Everywhere” by Cindee Moyer, and “Solving My Artistic Mysterie..
Art Doll Quarterly Autumn 2015
The highly-anticipated autumn issue of Art Doll Quarterly is filled with Halloween delights: pumpkins, witches, magic — even Frankenstein and his bride! Sara Swink, who creates human and animal clay figures with a psychological stance, brings a humorous edge to our Doll Artist Profile, while Lisa Lichtenfels shares her techniques for creating eyes in the second installment of Realistic Sculptin..
Art Doll Quarterly Summer 2015
Welcome summer with this issue of Art Doll Quarterly! Our Doll Artist Profile features Valerie Bunnell, who infuses her figures with identities that blur the line between the real and the make-believe. We’re also delighted to present an article by Lisa Lichtenfels, who discusses techniques for creating realistic sculptures with fabric. Follow up on part two of Lillian Alberti’s behind the scene..
Art Doll Quarterly Spring 2015
This issue’s Doll Artist Portfolio showcases the extraordinarily talented Jacquline Hurlbert, who uses clay as a vehicle for meditation and to investigate the many personalities and attitudes that reside inside all of us.  Follow along with Lillian Alberti as she takes you behind the scenes at ODACA, and Barbara Campbell who offers a recap of the recent NIADA Convention. The results of our..
Art Doll Quarterly Winter 2015
Art Doll Quarterly’s winter issue is packed with wonderful seasonal delights, magical inspiration, and great techniques. We reveal the best of the best in our Medieval Doll Challenge with some fabulous dolls including Lady Shallot, Merlin, Henry VIII, Jehanne d’Arc, and King Théoden. Artist Trent Manning is the subject of our Doll Artist Profile, and his work of turning materials that are recyc..
Art Doll Quarterly Autumn 2014
This full-color, 128-page publication is dedicated to art dolls and sculptural figures made from cloth, polymer clay, wire armatures, mixed-media, and much more. Our Doll Artist Profile showcases the amazing artistry of Kirsten Stingle whose ceramic works are hand-built without the use of molds, we present detailed tutorials on how to make mini Day of the Dead dolls by Sylvia Smiser, as well as..
Art Doll Quarterly Summer 2014
Swim with the mermaids, learn how to create dolls from tools, marvel over amazing mixed-media beadwork dolls, and immerse yourself in the inspiring creations within Art Doll Quarterly. Our Doll Artist Profile features the work of Elizabeth Frank, who creates finely crafted, carved wood dolls from fallen aspen branches and reclaimed materials. Talented artist Betsy Youngquist, in collaborat..
Art Doll Quarterly Spring 2014
Welcome in spring with this inspiring and informative issue. Our Doll Artist Profile showcases Alana Tibbets, who utilizes traditional techniques to create dolls derived from her previous work as a biologist. We’re also thrilled to show an article on Dolls of The Masquerade Ball from the Houston Quilt Festival, teeny-tiny (and we mean really teeny!) dolls created from wood turnings by Margaret ..
Art Doll Quarterly Winter 2014
Just like Santa’s sack, the winter issue of Art Doll Quarterly is chockfull of wonderful things! Beautiful dolls that include charming Santas, elves, snowmen, angels, and more grace our pages to help inspire you for the festive season ahead. We also reveal the winners of our Song Character doll challenge with some fun doll replications of David Bowie, Cher, Dancing Queen, and Puff the Magic Dra..
Art Doll Quarterly Autumn 2013 Digital Edition
Although this popular issue is sold out, and no longer available in print, you can now download this exclusive digital edition to get instant access to Art Doll Quarterly Autumn 2013 across your desktop, tablet, and mobile devices! *This digital edition is not compatible on Nook or Kindle Readers. Autumn’s just around the bend – which means it’s time for our annual Halloween issue ..
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Art Doll Quarterly Summer 2013
Ready or not, here come the sweet results of our Bride Doll Challenge! You won’t be able to take your eyes off the stunning beauties that parade through the pages of this summer issue of Art Doll Quarterly. Veteran artist Victoria Rose Martin returns with another step-by-step tutorial on how to create a darling flower girl out of clay. You’ll find it hard not to smile as you meet the darling wh..
Art Doll Quarterly Spring 2013
The amazing dolls of artist Marlaine Verhelst are featured in this spectacular issue, along with the outcome of our Bottle Doll Challenge. Victoria Rose Martin shares a wonderful tutorial on how to sculpt a kiln-fired doll from clay complete with step-by-step photos and a template to get you started. As always, each issue is packed with informative articles, challenging projects, inspiring art ..
Art Doll Quarterly Winter 2013
This is our annual holiday issue and we’ve got Santas – from tiny ones to real life-sized Santa - elves, angels, snowmen, and more! Art dolls are always beautiful to look at, but what if they could actually be used? Artist Daryle Cook shows us some highly functional folk art dolls that open up a whole new realm of possibilities. Adele Sciortino shares a delightful article that takes you along w..
Art Doll Quarterly Autumn 2012
The autumn issue of Art Doll Quarterly is eagerly anticipated each year as we present Halloween dolls in all shapes, sizes, and mediums! We’ve got gourd ghoulies and pumpkin witches, bewitching sculpted hags, adorable creatures from the Boggy Bottom Bayou, and much more. We also present part two of four tutorials by master doll artist Jack Johnston on how to sculpt hands, a beautiful glass ball..
Art Doll Quarterly Summer 2012
The newest issue of Art Doll Quarterly is a breath of fresh air in the warm summer months! Talented master doll maker Jack Johnston presents his first tutorial that kicks off his four part installment on how to sculpt a complete art doll from head to toe. Colleen Athens Coluhoun introduces her Jewel Jointed Dolls that have a beautiful bling to them, and Ramona Pelley is back with her spectacula..
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About Art Doll Quarterly
If you’ve been awestruck by the amazing world of art dolls, this is the magazine for you! Art Doll Quarterly is the nation’s leading art doll publication showcasing handmade art dolls. This beautiful 128-page, full-color magazine features artistic dolls and sculptural figures made from cloth, polymer clay, wire armatures, mixed-media, wood and much more. If you want to be challenged in your doll making endeavors, Art Doll Quarterly will oblige! Each issue features creative themed-challenges that will inspire you.

You’ll also find informative articles, easy-to-follow tutorials, a Doll Artist Profile written by Ricë Freeman-Zachery, The Business of Art Dolls column by figurative artist Adele Sciortino, convention listings and reviews, book & video reviews, and a large gallery of art dolls made by our readers. Come join the fun! Art Doll Quarterly™ is open to doll artists of all abilities.

Art Doll Quarterly is sought after by doll artists, enthusiasts, collectors, and mixed-media artists because of the spectacular dolls presented, the amazing photography, detailed close-up images, and valuable articles covering everything from how to make a wire armature to how to create realistic eyes.


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