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- September 15, 2012 at 9:11 pm #344167
The Slavic children should have their own place on Slavorum; they can become more connected with their own culture, artists and values by showing them the places and the toys that were created by the beautiful minds of their countrymen specialy for them…things that will rise their creativity.
The puppets of Anna Balash:
"The strange and beautiful world of Anna Balash, a graduate of the Belarusian State Arts and Theatre Institute and daughter of a famous film critic, revolves around a range of bizarre, doll-like puppet figures. Anna’s background is in costume design, a skill she’s managed to successfully miniaturise and export around the world. Each doll takes several months to make and is fashioned from a porcelain head and material gathered from around the world. The dolls have their own personalities (and names), hide all manner of tricks and qualities about their person, and are available for commission."
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