Dixie Redmond's OOAK 32 2006 Primitive African American Cloth Jointed Doll. Dixie Redmond is a well known visual artist from Hampden, Maine.
She is the writer of Izannah Walker Chronicles. Has been published multiple times in Early American Life Magazine. She brings us creations that are reminiscent of the folk art of past times. This doll is an example of the excellence she portrays in all her artwork. The stunning 32 tall doll is made from beautiful fabrics and hand painted from head to toe.She has multiple joints for posing but needs a stand or to be propped when sitting. She is deliberately made to look like an old doll from the late 1800s to early 1900s, so the imperfections noted are part of her primitive look expression. Her undegarments are stained and made of quality cotton materials. She is signed on her buttocks and as noted in the title this work of art was created by Dixie in 2006. She as been exhibited in my smoke free, pet free home for almost a decade.
The lighting from my pc presents her lighter than she actually is. She is actually chocolate brown with red undertones. You will not find this doll anywhere on the planet as she is a one of a kind handmade doll!
The difference in coloring is most likely due to pc monitors. Comes from a smoke free and pet free environment.