I think it makes a very nice little corner doesn't it, all for needle felted dolls.
Of course you can also see all kind of other dolls and toys.The place is intimate and inviting, I am very happy for I have such an opportunity to show my dolls in flesh for once!
It all happened after I visited a doll exhibition in Budapest at the Zitchy Museum last fall.
(the occasion is so rare rare as this art form is not really known in the country, think there is not even a proper terminology for "art dolls"!).
I contacted the organisation that made the exhibit possible and entered the group.
My fellow doll makers gave me a warm welcome which was all encouraging and embraving me, and I could enter their next competition and exhibition that takes place right now.
I tell you it is so nice feeling for me to be recognised for my (hard) work and show the public the dolls all at once! I can't thank enough Zita Keglovitch for making this all happen, as well as the jury members who thought my doll nice and worthy!
And also having joined a group with members I can actually meet also makes the whole less abstract and gives a projection to our lonely hours of studio work.