Fawn Zeller
NIADA Doll Artist

Date:  Saturday, April 22, 2023
Time:  11:30 am ET

Fawn Zeller was one of the pioneers in setting up NIADA (National Institute of American Doll Artists). She created a series of portraits and fashion dolls in various media. Her subjects have included: Judy Garland as Dorothy; Scarlett and Rhett; several dolls of Queen Elizabeth II; Marie Antoinette; Franklin D. Roosevelt; John and Jackie Kennedy; Grace Kelly; and many others. This presentation will tell the story of Fawn Zeller's remarkable life and contributions to the doll world. Presented by: Lucy Heckman

National Doll Club invites the UFDC community to attend. Please email nationaldollclub@gmail.com to request a link, no later than one day before the program (100 person limit).

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