Dolls by Lee Menconi-SteigerSmoke pours from Aladdin's magic lamp as the Genie offers
a chest of jewels to his new master.
Judge’s Choice at the 1997 Manteca Quilt and Doll Show, and Second
Place at the 1997 Marin Quilt and Doll Show.
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The First Wish
20" tall one-of-a-kind cloth doll
The fox maiden caries a chicken home for dinner.
12" Sculpey one-of-a-kind doll.
As Protector of the Women's Mysteries, the snake goddess repels
intruders to the sacred places.
Division Winner and Judge’s
Choice at the 1995 Manteca Quilt and Doll Show;
Third Place at the 1995 Marin Quilt and Doll Show.
14" tall one-of-a-kind cloth doll with 24" wingspan.
First of All, She’s Black
After a near-death experience, an ardent feminist was asked what God
looked like. She replied, "Well, first of all, she’s black..."
This doll won Second Place in the 1993 Hoffman Challenge and toured
with the show for a year.
21" tall one-of-a-kind cloth doll
Joie de Lézard
The lizard woman strikes a Balinese dancer's pose.
Modeled after a Thai water dragon, Joie’s glittering crest is
made of opalescent glass beads, and her costume is adorned with
Joie traveled with the Hoffman Challenge Exhibit for a year.
18" tall one-of-a-kind cloth.