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Glenda McKay draws on her rich heritage

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Posted: Saturday, August 10, 2013 5:26 pm

Glenda McKay’s miniature dolls, wearing intricately beaded garments and tiny fur mukluks based on Alaskan Native cultures, have caught the eyes of art market judges and captured the hearts of collectors. 

“My doll scenes portray my traditional stories, a historical event or people who have touched my heart,” she said. “They depict actual ceremonies of my ancestors, their lives, culture and history. I see my dolls as teaching tools.” 

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