According to the internet article, “What Your American Girl Doll Says About the Rest of Your Life,” the characteristics of Allison Welch (b. 1986, Illinois) are unmistakably similar to the dolls she had in childhood: “you wore glasses, liked books, were bad at math, and would concoct various schemes to get attention (Molly) … you also found yourself inexplicably drawn towards crafts like knitting, jam-making, and quilting (Kirsten) … and had a latent familiarity with Colonial Williamsburg (Felicity).”
Allison holds a BFA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, an MA/MFA from the University of Iowa, and is an Assistant Professor of Art at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. She has shown her ongoing body of work, Meet Allison, an American Girl, nationally and internationally at locations including RedLine (Denver), Modernbook Gallery (San Francisco), the James Watrous Gallery (Madison), Black Box Gallery (Portland), Garage Bonci (Pietrasanta, Italy), and in a Biennial Festival of Portraiture in Bosnia & Herzegovenia.
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