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They are 18.5 inches tall sculptures that are mounted to a wood base. Hand sculpted using a mix of polymer clays that, when cured, have a very lifelike, pristine quality. Their clothing is white velveteen and 100% cotton to represent their innocence. They are topped with real human hair.

To compliment the sculptures, I collaborated with jewelry designer, Annika Rundberg, in creating emblems of the dangers of wearing your heart on your sleeve.  I chose concept over function using genuine fish hooks. They are SHARP! The most dangerous parts are bound though they have tiny barbs that have potential to getting caught in ones hair – or an embrace. Wear them as a symbol but not recommended for daily wear.


This sculptures will be on display through the month of October for the annual Art of Horror exhibition and the jewelry is available through my etsy shop. Please contact me if you would like to red dot any of these items: info at strangedolls dot net

The sculptures are $498 each and the earrings are $38 (large) and $28 (small)



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I met the ladies of Nerdy Curiosities while vending at Vermont Comic Con and they were kind enough to take the time to do a little interview:


Sorry for all ‘ums’ and ‘hms’, my brain was completely frazzled after 2 crazy months of events and vending, the huge success of the Art of Horror opening night (and all the prep that went into it) and the annoyance of the Mixed Emotions show cancellation and the new found home for it at One Arts.

After the interview I promptly got on a plane and took off to the Dominican Republic for a MUCH NEEDED week long vacation amongst Dr. Seuss like palm trees, beautiful flowers, funny birds, and glory of the Caribbean. I did nothing for a week but drink cocktails, listen to music, read voraciously, and doze on the beach, under the stars.

Then I came back home to this:


Guess it is time to get back in the studio and get to work. Who wants to be outside?

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“Local artist and doll-maker Beth Robinson is co-curator of The Art of Horror, a juried show at the S.P.A.C.E. Gallery on Pine Street in Burlington. She came to the VPR studios to help define the “dark art” genre, what to expect at the Art of Horror exhibit and about her own Strange Dolls.

The exhibit kicks off with an opening reception on Friday, October 3rd at the S.P.A.C.E. Gallery on Pine Street in Burlington’s South End.

Broadcast on Thursday, Oct. 2 at 4:50 p.m.”

SPACE Gallery is located at 266 Pine Street in Burlington, Vermont. You are welcome to come in to see the show Wednesday through Saturday from 12 – 5pm throughout the month of October.


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Co-Curator, Sarah Vogelsang-Card and I, spent an exhaustive day hanging the 2014 Art of Horror exhibit. We are so excited about the opening on Friday, we can’t wait for everyone to see the amazing dark artistry that courses through the veins of Vermont artists.

This photo is where my sculpture USED to hang in my studio. It is now finished and on the gallery wall. When you meet her, notice her smell. Her scent is overturned earth and dead flowers.

Hope to see you all Friday from 5 – 11pm for an incredible explosion of dark art, performance, fire, metal… and tacos…. called The Art of Horror!


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It all started with an old piece that got returned from a gallery. I decided it needed to be re-worked. And somehow it turned into this giant project.

Anyway, works in progress so far. I hope to have some of these girls completed for my Art of Horror group show in October.

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OK so those who have been following me for a while know that the next thing on my plate this year is curating and setting up a huge juried show and ‘happening’ called “The Art of Horror” which opens the first Friday of October each year. Get ready for the finest one yet. My “Blood Ties” sister, Sarah Vogelsang-Card, and I are in cahoots. Expect fire and music and characters… and the finest, darkest art in New England.

Opening Reception:
Friday, October 4, 2013
Entry is FREE to the public

The S.P.A.C.E. Gallery and The Backspace Galleries
266 Pine Street, Suite 105 and 106
Burlington, Vermont
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Akino Fukawa

Akino Fukawa

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The Burlington Free Press posted their photos from the Art of Horror opening night here. Enjoy!

Lucie Stein

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