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A multi media show organized by female artists for female artists, “Conjuring: She Rises”, came together in honor of the 325 anniversary of the Salem Witch Trials. Women throughout the ages have and continue to struggle with finding their voices as powerful agents of change within society. We created this show to honor a gathering of our vibrant and powerful voices as modern day female artists working and living in Vermont.

Participating artists include:
Christy Mitchell
Beth Robinson
Leslie Frye
Wylie Garcia
Meredith Muse
Sarah Vogelsang-Card
Morgan Stark
Nyx Black
Athena Kafantaris
Melaney Pettani
Leslie Roth
Nikki Laxar
Annika Rundberg

With traditional help from Abigail Feldman.

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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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A Little Twisted

Had such a nice visit to A Little Twisted this weekend. I dropped off work to sell in their shop, fell in love with Robert Kennedy’s taxidermy art, had a spirited chat with the owner, got a tour of their metal/glass/wood shop, and watched a gorgeous sunset in the tiny town of Brandon, VT. This shop is one of those roadside attractions you do not want to miss. Even though the gallery is small, the artwork selection is awesome for folks who love outsider art, dark art, geekdom, etc.

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Get up close and personal with my work and many talented doll artists at “Dollirious”. Opening Friday, July 3rd at 6pm at Most Wanted Fine Art, 5015 Penn Ave, Pittsburgh PA 15224

Facebook RSVP (the event page features excellent profiles of the doll artists that will be in the show)

“Whether for religious, social, or creative commentary, the doll has long been a part of humankind’s history and our fascination with the tiny representations of ourselves spans centuries. On July 3rd, Most Wanted Fine Art resident artist and dollmaker, Macabre Noir welcomes more than 15 doll artists and makers from all over the United States and Canada in Dollirious: The Art of The Doll. The exhibit features doll work of all mediums that celebrates the dark and unusual, spiritual, and whimsical sides of doll art.

Featuring works by:
Nicole Mahlimae
ChriSty KaNe
Amber Leilani Middleton
Junker Jane
Sheri DeBow
Steph Sciullo
Sarah Legault
Lazy Voodoo
Morose & Macabre’s House of Oddities: Macabre Noir & Aaron Doctor
Beth Robinson’s Strange Dolls
Art Dolls by Ugly Shyla
Jacqui Gallant
Simone Young

FLYER for web

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So excited to be included in the Main Street Museum‘s “Kunstkamera” exhibit.

The exhibit commemorates the 300th anniversary of the Peter the Great museum in St Petersburg, Russia—the Kunstkamera. The Main Street Museum is re-making the display cabinets in eclectic homages known to many as “cabinets of curiosities.”

My bird dolls and prints will be on display as a part of this celebration of our historical obsession with “natural and human curiosities and rarities”.

Read more about the Main Street Museum’s exhibit and activities around this event

About the original Kunstkamera
And the Kunstkamera Wiki

“We’ve lost our sense of wonder and participation in museums. We go into museums and are passive,” Ford said. “Wall labels tell us, often, what to think as much as they explain; audio tours shuffle us through; and lines are drawn between the arts, science and engineering of an era, as if they existed completely independent of one another.” So Ford has arrayed in his museum an assortment of the eccentric, the lost and forgotten relics of other eras” – Curator, David Fairbanks Ford, interviewed in Art Notes

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One of the prints from the “Blood Ties” show is available in S.P.A.C.E. Gallery’s August Art Auction. The print is 30″ X 20″ mounted on foam core. Bidding starts at $75! Bidding increments are a minimum of $10 each on this piece. Keep in mind – this print is normally sold for $200.

The auction ends on Friday, August 30 at 9pmEST online. There will be a closing reception at the gallery from 5pm – 9pm where you can bid in person.

All you have to do is place your bid in the comments section here: http://augustartauction.com/2013/08/02/sarah-vogelsang/

All proceeds go to S.P.A.C.E. Gallery!


S.P.A.C.E. Gallery
In The Soda Plant
@ Kilburn and Pine
266 Pine Street, Suite 105
Burlington, VT

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My bird show called “The Aviary” makes a brief appearance!

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