Artwork by Debbie Weimert
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On this page you will find One of a Kind (OOAK) artdolls by artist Debbie Weimert.
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Debbie Weimert is an internationally known, award winning doll and figurative artist. She has been published in numerous magazines. Her artistic growth into figurative sculpting started in 2003 when she became interested in One of a Kind (OOAK) artdolls. This Maryland artist is well aware of her eclectic muse and overactive imagination. The daydreaming that used to get her into trouble as a child, now is the vehicle that brings forth the magical creatures that she sculpts. She has a fantastic gift of bringing those daydreams to life. She now also brings dragons and other fantasy creatures to life through acrylic paint pouring.
This is what the artist has to say of herself:
“How do you explain who you are without looking into the depths of your soul from whence your dreams come? A daughter, a sister, a wife, a mother, a grandmother, an aunt, I am all of these and more. A Christian, a doll collector, a baseball fan, an artist, I am all of these and more. I am me. I am a one of a kind. There is no one else exactly like me.
How precious are the thoughts of God that I find hidden everywhere. It is on those thoughts that my imagination thrives. It is those thoughts that make me who I am and bring my art work to life. It is the fantastic imagination that He has blessed me with. How can I not create? I create to honor The Creator.”
Meet "Audelia the child of Noble Strength". She comes from a long line of women warriors. She is 5 inches tall. Her head is sculpted out of polymer clay. She has wool hair and glass eyes. Her body is a wooden spin top. Her armor is antique dresser drawer handles. She is always ready to protect those she loves.
"Going to See the King"
My version of Humpty Dumpty
He is 9 inches tall including his hat. Humpty Dumpty’s head and feet are sculpted out of Creative Paper Clay. His hands are sculpted out of Cosclay polymer clay which makes them flexible and not easily broken. He has a strong wire armature in his body. He can be gently posed but prefers to stay in this position. His clothes have been hand sewn just for him. The pants are vintage velveteen that have been died darker with acrylic paint. His tie is silk and has a golden crown charm as a tie pin. He wears a vintage straw hat has been painted to match his pants. He has a leather belt and cute saddle shoes. He also wears a leather bracelet. He holds his walking stick. The horsehead on this cane is what I think is Bakelite. I found it at a flea market and do not know what it was originally. But it just seemed to go with Humpty Dumpty when I put the wooden dowel in it. He stands on a wooden base.
Peter Pan- The Place Between Sleep and Awake
“You know that place between sleep and awake, the place you can still remember dreaming? That’s where I’ll always love you Peter Pan. That’s where I’ll be waiting.”
Peter Pan is 8 inches in his sitting position. (He would be 14 inches if standing). His head hands and feet are sculpted out of polymer clay. He has a soft sculptured body that is built on a strong wire armature. His hair is soft wool that is a beautiful ginger red. His features are hand painted with Genesis heat set paint. His clothing is completely hand made just for him from head to toe. Materials are leather and silk. His knife has a sterling silver blade and a mother of pearl handle. It is a flea market find. He holds a picture frame with a picture of Wendy in it.
Peter’s shadow is constructed with leather. It is strong and slightly poseable. It can be detached from the green wooden base.
Green Geisha Girl
Mixed Media and found objects. Doll head and hands are sculpted out of Premo polymer clay mix of beige and white. Painted with Genesis heat set paints and made to look like the Japanese Gofun dolls. The “body” is a small green umbrella. Umbrella is stamped with alcohol ink butterflies. Under the umbrella has been covered with fabric that has a floral and fan Asian print. Ribbon was added on the ribs of the umbrella. Lace was added around the bottom of the umbrella. Main base is an Acrylic pour painting on an 8 x 8 canvas panel. Wooden base is attached to the canvas panel so the umbrella can slide onto a tubing. Fan attached to the Geisha’s neck area is hand
made in the Philippines by the Ati tribe. Hair is made from a tassel and butterflies attached. Butterflies are vintage. The doll is 21.5 inches tall (including the hair).
Doll can be displayed with the umbrella opened or closed.
Meet "Harmeni of the Forest Nymphs".
She is a mixed media artdoll with a paper clay head, driftwood body, branch arms, leather skirt, gourd hat and wool for her hair.
She is 7 inches tall (10 inches including the stem on her hat).