Chroma Dolls is a team of talented female artists (Kala Hagopian & Ali Williams) based in Philadelphia, drawn together by the need to create. They strive to engage the surrounding community in the arts through public painting, mural projects and exhibitions.
Chroma Dolls’ goal is to paint murals with a creative, fine art aesthetic. Their aim is to produce truly one of a kind public art pieces for everyone to enjoy. Each piece is a collaborative effort that brings together their unique styles. Their skill set and experience allow them to be flexible when approaching a new project. Chroma Dolls’ work ranges from abstract and decorative to highly realistic detailed painting.
Chroma Dolls has worked with numerous education and community outreach programs such as The Philadelphia Mural Arts Program, The Philadelphia Women’s Conference, Cancer Treatment Centers of America, The Hillside School, The Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society, RAW:Natural Born Artists, Shore2Love, Center For The Emerging Visual Artists, Project Street Art, The Youth Violence Reduction Partnership, Sobriety Through Out-Patient, JEVS Human Services, The American Foundation For Suicide Prevention, Horizon House, Fairton Correctional Institute, at-risk youth and adults, as well as a range of participants of all ages. Aside from Community projects, Chroma Dolls has worked with individual clients, small businesses, and large corporations, creating unique custom murals that enhance and transform their environment.
From Initial design to finished work, Chroma Dolls’ goal is to create the best possible design to suit the needs and aesthetic of a space.
“We believe a mural should work with the environment and beautify that space. Murals are a place to set your imagination free.” - Chroma Dolls.