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Madeline Beaudry is an artist living and working between Wyoming Rhode Island and DeLand, Florida. Having worked as a potter for many years, she moved to fiber arts, doll making and painting. “I see great similarity between clay and felt. Both are very tactile, require the addition of energy and both work with the artist in the creation of a piece”.
Her felted pieces are all original works of art, incorporating hand-dyed silk, natural and synthetic fibers. Her creations include wearable art and sculptural pieces and accessories.
Her dolls are one of a kind, hand sculpted from air dry clay and most of the fabric used in them is hand made. “There is an amazing moment in the process of creating figurative sculpture when the piece takes on a life of its own and is looking back at you with its own presence. It is a moment of pure joy”.
Along with being a member of the Florida Women’s Art Association, she is also a member of The Artists’ Cooperative Gallery of Westerly, Rhode Island, The North East Feltmakers Guild and The Professional Doll Makers Art Guild. Her works are in many private collections throughout the country and her dolls have been published in Art Doll Quarterly.
For more information contact email@example.com or visit her FaceBook page: Rue Magic Studio.
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