E-Mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Company Name:Madonna Inlow Dolls
City/State/Country: Moberly, Mo. USA
Birthday: April 21
Family information: widow with two grown daughters and 6 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren.
Media used: Porcelain and just started to sculp in Cernit
Type/style of dolls: Portrait and celebrity dolls
Length of time in dollmaking: I started dollmaking in 1967 I guess that makes it 30 years, doesn't it?
Professional Credits: I had an article published in National Doll World in 1976 called, "Dolls are my Life" picturing some of my original dolls. In 1978 I did the souvinior doll head for the reaginal UFDC convention in Kansas City . Made Harry Truman and companion Bess doll. These dolls are displayed in the Harry Tuman Library in Independence, Mo. In March 1993 Iwas featured in the Profile of Dollcrafter.
Awards: Have received many awards at the UFDC regional conventions and at the IDMA conventions.
Comments on dollmaking: had two of the best teachers and give them all the credit, for without them I could have done nothing. Magge Head Kane was my first teacher in 1974 and most recently took a class from Jack Johnston on polimer clay.
I am a Bell distributor and carry a full line of Bell products. Also carry Playhouse doll supplies and polimer clays.
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