An article was published today about my miniature work in The Pennsylvania Gazette, the University of Pennsylvania alumni magazine. It doesn’t have very large pictures (you can see better ones on this blog) but the story is based on a long and delightful discussion I had with the author. MAKE IT MINI in the PennGazette
A Canadian man builds a miniature Christmas village and shares the experience in this sweet and funny essay.
Darren Scala of D. Thomas Fine Miniatures has been interviewed on the radio recently and it is worth a listen because he nicely explains the appeal of miniatures. The show also mentions my Rear Window exhibit which is still at his gallery until January 24th.
I was interviewed by the magazine WAG which calls itself “the hottest lifestyle magazine to hit the New York state and Connecticut metro area.” It is nice to see my long discussion with them nicely written up in a smart piece on miniatures and my Rear Window exhibit. You can read the interview here.
While The Grand Budapest Hotel is not a movie I really care for, it is impressive to look at the miniature sets they made for it. You can see more details at Grand Budapest Hotel
Many commercials feature miniatures and dollhouses. A quick discussion of why. With updates.
Darren Scala, who owns a new miniature shop in Hastings-on-Hudson outside New York City, gave a wonderful interview explaining the current state of miniatures and the varied worlds that participate in making and admiring scaled objects. And he kindly mentions my Rear Window exhibit. Check it out at: Darren Scala
There were dozens of interesting miniature artists at this miniature show and I’ve chosen just a few to highlight here. The show continues through Sunday, Nov. 8th. STEWART DOLLHOUSE CREATIONS Their silicone molds are wonderful. ACCLAIM MINIATURES Gold and silver miniatures GRANDGIRL MINIATURES Laser cut miniatures and kits ROBIN BETTERLEY’S MINIATURES…