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  1. #111
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    Wow, Petraskova, I hope you have a safe trip and see Marina's art

    I'm cheering for the blog entries this week!! I love the Marina's blog and think that it's a form of ART with all the photos and details and dialogue on the creation of breathtaking dolls. I'm glad Marina had a break but I'm glad she's back at work Hopefully there will be more pictures of the crumbly toes and fingers next week?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Petraskova View Post
    Marina's Enchanted doll Surviving, is a part of the Boobs Art Show in Brussels, Belgium until Sept. of this year. Her doll is a porcelain tribute to breast cancer fighters and the choices they face, as she has said on her blog. Congratulations Marina! I will be in Brussels on May 20th and will try very hard to find this gallery, as it is an honor to be able to see Marina's fine work, here. I hope it is open to the public.
    Surviving will be there in print form only, though, not the actual doll. Just wanted to make sure you know!

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    Thank-you dollcat! Aneemal, I do know it is only the print as I researched the gallery, but thank-you. Now for the disappointing news, I am only in Brussels on Saturday and they are CLOSED on Sat. and Sun.! I am on a tour and only there for one day. So disappointed! I am looking forward to visiting your Country Aneemal, as I have never been in the UK. I will be in London as my first stop!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Petraskova View Post
    Thank-you dollcat! Aneemal, I do know it is only the print as I researched the gallery, but thank-you. Now for the disappointing news, I am only in Brussels on Saturday and they are CLOSED on Sat. and Sun.! I am on a tour and only there for one day. So disappointed! I am looking forward to visiting your Country Aneemal, as I have never been in the UK. I will be in London as my first stop!
    Aww, that is disappointing. I live in Belgium but on the rare occasion that I do go to Brussels, it's always during the weekend. It would take nearly 2 hours by public transport for me to go to that art gallery from where I live :-/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eiko82 View Post
    Aww, that is disappointing. I live in Belgium but on the rare occasion that I do go to Brussels, it's always during the weekend. It would take nearly 2 hours by public transport for me to go to that art gallery from where I live :-/
    Eiko, you live in such a beautiful Country! I was in Belgium some years ago as my sister and her husband lived there on a work contract. I love Belgium and Brussels and and happy that I am going back, even if it is for only one day. Sometimes tours are not always the best way to go because you have limited time in some places, but I travel alone, and a tour is how I must go. I didn't realize that I was in Brussels on Saturday and too bad that Gallery is closed. Thank-you for your comment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dollcat View Post
    Wow, Petraskova, I hope you have a safe trip and see Marina's art

    I'm cheering for the blog entries this week!! I love the Marina's blog and think that it's a form of ART with all the photos and details and dialogue on the creation of breathtaking dolls. I'm glad Marina had a break but I'm glad she's back at work Hopefully there will be more pictures of the crumbly toes and fingers next week?
    I enjoy Marina's blog as well- it really provides some insight into her process which is really inspiring.

    I suppose it probably also encourages some of her more deranged "fans" into thinking that they have more of a "relationship" with Marina than they really do, but that is certainly not Marina's fault. I hope she can continue to ignore them and that her inspiration stays

    I hope she does a fab costume for the next doll- her costumes and jewelry pieces are always so incredible and unique.

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    I really enjoy Marina's blog also, she is a terrific artist and has shared that passion, energy and skill in the past ... a real tribute to her contribution to the arts community and her fans indeed.
    I hope she is proud to have inspired so many folk out there to create and collect and derive a similar passion for porcelain dolls.

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