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Chris Malone

Chris Malone is a nationally recognized visual artist who creates beautiful and imaginative dolls. His work has been featured in galleries in New York, New Orleans, and Washington DC, as well as in various books and doll magazines, such as “Doll Art Quarterly,” Lark Crafts’ “Masters Polymer Clay, Major Works By Leading Artist, and North Light Books’ “Creative Time and Space.” In addition, his soft sculptures were featured in the 2012 film, “Woman Thou Loosed: On the Seventh Day.” Chris has also become prolific in creating 3D mosaics.

Malone is currently represented by the Stella Jones Gallery in New Orleans, LA and the Zenith Gallery in Washington DC.

Exhibitions & Publications

2007 – Art Doll Quarterly, volume 5, issue 3, Doll Artist Profile
2010 – Book- Creative Time and Space, Making Room for Making Art
2011 – Book- Masters Polymer Clay, Major Works by leading Artist, Lark Crafts
2014 – The Washington Color School, The Washington Post
2009 – Doll Noir, Graham Collection, Washington DC
2014 – Brooklyn Art Museum, Brooklyn, NY
2015 – Imaging New Orleans in a Post Katrina World, Stella Jones Gallery, New Orleans, LA

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