The Sin, 2006

TAODA show “Sinners & Saints & Wisecracking Women”

No, not Barbara Bush, nor anyone else I know. These are just two characters from the pews of any church on any given Sunday, one dutifully focused on the pulpit, while another passes along a tidbit or two. Each with their Bibles in hand, they sit on a pew fabricated out of painted Fomecore and cloth. The ladies are polymer and cloth and are about 12” seated.

This was a piece done for TAODA’s first gallery show, which featured about 70 dolls, judged by the fiber artist Kim Ritter.
The Sin
was awarded First Place.



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