Dancing Waterfall. One-Of-A-Kind doll from Characters Gallery. Artist Tanya Abaimova
|Water never stops moving, just as the dancer never stops dancing. It's always flowing, always changing. The individual droplets bead together one after another, until they form infinite strings. Silvers and blues make the light dance and lead the eyes, making them flow ever onward. Her headdress tumbles down like a waterfall, and her gentle hand parts the veil, revealing the secrets hidden behind the water. She dances with a fluid motion with an elegantly ornamented gown in soft blues and whites, mimicking the water that was her ultimate inspiration.
Dancing Waterfall is a One-Of-A-Kind Figurative Sculpture and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the artist.
Dancing Waterfall has been featured in two magazines: January 2013 issue of DOLL Collector and October 2012 issue of the Dolls Magazine.
She is 15" tall (including the hat and the base).
Dancing Waterfall has body fully sculpted from ProSculpt polymer clay over wire armature with hand-painted blushes and skin features.
She has turquoise hand-painted glass eyes. The water streams from her hat are Japanese Miyuki seed beads. There is about 200 gramms of 15/0 size seed beads, which is about 50,000 individual beads.
Her dress is made of silk and chiffon fabric. The dress is embroidered and afterward vintage seed beads were hand sewn on.
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