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Home Articles News & Notes News&Notes ProSculpt 2012 winners announced
ProSculpt 2012 winners announced
Written by Joyce Greenholdt   
Thursday, 17 January 2013 15:08

 

"Kate Moss" by Renata JansenThe winners of the 2012 ProSculpt Annual Sculpting Contest have been chosen by collectors and artists from around the world. Winners this year are from England, Italy, Japan, South America, and the United States. Photos of all the winners can be viewed at the Johnston Original Art Dolls website. The winners are:

Professional Category
"Kate Moss" by Renata Jansen, 1st place
"Babbo, I'm a Boy" by Elisa Fenoglio, 2nd place
"Vincent & the Little Monster" by Michiyo Tezuka, 3rd place

Advanced Category
"Rip Van Winkle" by Karen Baker, 1st place
"Morning Dew Fairy by Carla Goncalves, 2nd place
"Mermaids" by Fabrizio Corbo, 3rd place

Beginning Category
"Skull Roses" by Alessandra Nicolin, 1st place
"Grandmother" by Riccardo, 2nd place
"American Gentleman Collection" by Michael Natoli, 3rd place

Baby Category
"Max" by Kellie Beckett, 1st place
"Shannan McDougal" by Sherry Miller, 2nd place
"LaLa" by Lauren Jaimes, 3rd place

"Father Yule" by Lori Platt won the Santa Category

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I'm of the same frame of mind, these are figurines, not dolls and should not be in a magazine devoted to DOLLS. That is one of my main complaints with the Haute Doll mag that Dolls is putting out, seeing Figurines and not dolls, and advertising that is not specific to the magazine bugs me too.
Jennifer Duff , March 17, 2013
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I don't understand how these things can be considered dolls. I would call them statues or figurines but not dolls.
Lorie Schatti , January 17, 2013

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