Collectors Choice Porcelain Dolls Series By Dandee Dolls

These three adjacent buildings, despite their different origins, were joined together sometime after World War II. Their heights were equalized, their second-floor windows were ruthlessly reset, and their combined street facades were wrapped in a skin of porcelain-metal panels (Photos 6,7), exemplifying another stage in the development of downtown Pontiac. Everyone from local government officials, artist friends from Paris (including Serge Poliakoff, the architect Jean-Louis Veret - a student Le Corbusier, Pierre Alechinsky), well-known gallery owners, dealers, collectors and construction workers (in brief, the entire population of village) were invited. [Read More]