Red Queen Of The Masquerade – a mysterious nameless creature dressed up in red and dragging everyone’s attention, awaking curiosity and triggering imagination. She is certainly a Queen of her own personal kingdom.
I have created this doll to summarize the technique that I have been working in at the beginning of my doll artist career. Back then I loved creating static dolls which could stand on their own on their tiny dolly feet.
The doll is 47cm tall (48.5cm together with the stand)
The doll is made from air dry clay over wire armature. It is permanently posed and her pose should not be changed.
Doll’s face, hands and legs were painted with painter quality acrylic paint.
The wig, the gown and the boots are permanently attached to the doll’s body.
This doll’s costume was made from synthetic hand pleated tulle, cotton and viscose fabrics. It was decorated with hand made ribbon roses and glass beads, embroidered with mouline threads.
The wig of the doll was made from hand dyed ramie fiber.
The doll comes together with a wooden stand made specially for her to keep her standing more firmly.