The sense of time and space in Wonderland is quite discombobulated. The rabbit keeps running past looking at his stopwatch, Alice grows and shrinks, and logic is thrown out the window.
Alice grows and grows while inside a house, and her arm went out the window and her foot went up the chimney. I was always fascinated with this image. What if Alice had actually popped out of the house? What if she never got smaller - would she have to walk around as a huge person wearing a house?
Here's my Alice in Wonderland doll, made in conjunction with the Art Dolls Only Wonderland Challenge.
She's made with paperclay, cloth, wood, mixed media, and painted with acrylics. She's about nine inches tall (sitting).
I was rummaging through my ribbon collection, came across this wonderful gold tassel-type trim and decided it would make perfect Alice hair. It kind of hangs in her eyes as her head tilts quizzically.
The silhouette of the rabbit is painted on her, surrounded by little watch parts.
The little wooden house with a porch was built by my husband.
She's listed and available for sale in my Etsy shop.
Art Dolls website up and running! It was launched yesterday, and ADO members are now adding their info so that it will be a great resource for the group and for art doll aficionados everywhere.