Explore a divinely-inspired village housing 6,000 dolls and a curious and colorful array of outsider art!
North Carolina artist Mary Paulsen says God has spoken to her twice. The first time, in 1996, he told her to build a village of houses for her collection of 6,000 dolls. The second time, in 1998, he told her to take up a brush and paint, using windows as her canvas. Both of these projects have come together in her yard outside of Holden Beach, NC, where visitors can explore her folk art gallery and baby doll museum.
Join us for a special Obscura Day tour of Mary's wild and wonderful world, led by the artist herself!
Saturday, April 16; 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Ticket Cost: Free; but RSVP is encouraged
Mary's Gone Wild Folk Art & Baby Doll Museum
2341 Holden Beach Road SW
Supply, NC 28462
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