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Ok...I'll be the first one to reply!  I make dolls, art dolls to be exact. I creat "Unique Items for Unique People." I started making dolls 10 yrs ago. Over the years I've changed up the style of doll from raggedy ann style to art doll style. And now to mixed-media style. I jumped out on faith and entered my first exhibit last Aug and won a Juror's Choice Award. Then I got bold and entered another one at the begining of this Aug and won 3rd place. Then I really took a change and entered one in a national juried exhibit in Mableton, Ga. I was told that is was a hard exhibit to get into. Out of 277 entries, only 107 were accepted from 12 different states. I got in and it was the first time a doll had been accepted! I won a Honorable Mention Award!

I've entered another into the Jazz Blues Infusion Exhibit and Concert at the Conyers/Rockdale Art Center in Conyers, Ga this Saturday, 27 Aug 11 @ 7pm.

Center Street Arts
910 Center Street
Conyers, GA 30012
Phone: (770) 922-3143
Website: conyersarts.org

Step out there, be bold, be brave! I did!

 

Angela

www.creatiques4u.com

I make artisan soy candles and melts. They're made fresh to order. I only use high quality fragrance oils. I use cotton wicks. 8oz soy candles $10.00 per candle.Scents:Gain type,Coconut Bliss,Fruit loops type,Vanilla Pineapple,Pink Sands type. Soy melts $4.00 per 6 block clamshell pack

Roderick Shaw
P.O. BOX 2367
Whiteville,NC 28472
910-625-7014
rdshaw38@gmail.com
Soy candles,melts, and artisan soaps.
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