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MEPSA Showcase Artist of the 2016/2017 Season

Anne Field

Field of Dolls Studio

Ask around for a source of top quality performance dolls and it won’t be long before you hear the name Anne Field.

A crafter all of her life, Anne created her first serious performance doll in 2006, not necessarily with the goal of making her passion into a career.  But it did not take long for her talent to get noticed.  A decade on now, Anne creates dolls for every kind of recognized riding and driving discipline, as well as special orders.

The model horse show ring has become extremely competitive - whether in live or photo shows - so the accurate and trend-conscious detail that Anne puts into her work pays off consistently for the owners of her miniature riders.

“I read everything” Anne says.  Keeping her finger on the pulse of the live horse world helps her bring her dolls to life in proper and desirable attire, whether they are english, western, or something else.

Critically, Anne’s dolls do more than look good.  They sit a horse well.  No amount of mascara can beat a deep seat, quiet hands, low heels and a well centered torso.  Anne’s performance dolls are just that - performers.  Their prowess at both live and photo shows can attest to this.

Working from home allows Anne to spend time with her children - now in their teens - and to develop a strong sense of community among her friends and neighbors.  Anne’s dolls will have a new rival for her time soon, as she works toward becoming an Occupational Therapist helping special needs individuals.  Perhaps the dolls themselves will help Anne reach her goal.

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Anne Field


 
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