NIADA Artists' Profile
The National Institute of American Doll Artists was founded in 1963 with a mission to promote handmade dolls as a fine art form. NIADA is a group of peer-elected world-class fine artists who have chosen dolls as their medium of expression. NIADA seeks to expand awareness of dolls as art, to be a showcase for dolls with high artistic standards, and to form a community of people with a passion for art dolls.
All of the dolls in the NIADA Artists Collective have been generously donated to The NIADA Foundation by the artists and patrons of NIADA to raise money to cover printing and production costs of the "NIADA Art Dolls: Rich Traditions, New Ideas" book which showcases the history of the organization and work of 160 artists who have been awarded membership since the group’s founding in 1963. The book was published in 2009 by The NIADA Foundation and The Susan Quinlan Do…
- Born on May 12
- Joined November 8, 2011