Doylene H. Land attributes her affinity for wide-open spaces to living most of her life in west Texas. The area’s desert environment, vast sky and the ever-changing clouds have mesmerized her since childhood. She is particularly enthralled with the flat, stark horizon. As an oil painter, this linear horizon is often reflected in her designs. She combines images of cherished everyday objects and elements from nature, creating personal visual narratives. She has been represented in galleries in Santa Fe, New Mexico and San Angelo, Texas. Her work is in private collections across the nation.
On display are lavishly decorated gowns and trains that represent some of the grandest festivals in Texas: Buccaneer Days in Corpus Christi, Fiesta in San Antonio, and the Rose Festival in Tyler.
Our collection, consisting of nearly 750 dolls, is housed in a 1300 sq. ft. gallery and represents a lifetime expression of love and devotion — not only for dolls, but for children as well.
In a private gallery filled with natural light, we invite you to come view the 30+ bronze sculptures, the majority of which were donated by the estate of Lester and Virginia Clark.
Sunday & Monday: Closed
Tuesday - Friday: 10am - 5pm