Chucky, Annabelle, Billy and Slappy are just a few nightmare-inducing names. These of course all names of creepy dolls in horror movies.
But how does a mutant doll art show make you feel? Would it be better if we told you it’s for a good cause?
Good Morning Central Oregon met the creator behind Regroup thrift store’s “Mutant Doll Art Show” in Bend.
“At the store when a new hire comes in, they’re asked to create a doll with some of the materials around the store and so it got really fun,” Creator of the show Bella Power-Mallory said. “We have a lot of regulars at the store and they enjoyed seeing those up on the wall. so we kind of just thought we’d expand and open it up to the community.”
The community can participate, too. Join Bella and others in making your own mutant doll for just $5 at Regroup’s warehouse at 955 SE Wilson Avenue, Saturday from 1-4 p.m.
The dolls will showcase at the art show Sunday from 6-8 p.m.
Regroup thrift store supports local non-profits “Partners in Care,” “Bend Spay and Neuter Project,” and “Together for Children” year-round.