Marcia Dundore Wolter, a graduate of the University of Illinois, is an original doll artist and was a member of the Academy of American Doll Artists. Dundore Dolls, created and produced by Marcia, are one-of-a-kind and limited edition artist dolls. Marcia creates porcelain dolls , polymer clay dolls and felt dolls. Dundore Dolls depict infants, young children, including Amish children, and ladies. Marcia also makes portrait dolls in polymer clay. She likes to think of her dolls as "low maintenance children".
Marcia Dundore Wolter is one of 25 American doll artists included in Kathryn Witt's book American Doll Artists and Their Dolls. Marcia and her dolls can be found on page eight and pages twenty through twenty-four in chapter one. Marcia, also, was commissioned to make a doll movie prop for the movie Driftwood by Michelle Steffes. The movie premier was held in Los Angeles on May 3, 2007.
In April, Marcia finished making souvenir dolls for a UFDC 2009 National Convention luncheon. She was the program speaker at the luncheon held on July 16th in Atlanta Georgia.