Time-lapse making of a wooden art doll

Time-lapse making of a wooden art doll.

Jelena Dashunina-Naidjonok is a Russian born artist who now lives and creates her OOAK art dolls in a beautiful Latvian town Jelgava.

Jelena’s major is artistic wood, stone and bone carving. She works with different materials, but wood is her favourite. She believes that it has special energy, which you can feel when you work with it.

OOAK doll “In the mood for Jazz” was presented at the “European professional doll art festival” in Riga in 2016. This video shows how the head of the doll was carved.

 

(watch this video on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J_OPRWP6C68)

OOAK art doll “In the mood for jazz” (wood, 90 cm)

 

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