Open House Celebration of New Works by IGMA Fellow and Wildlife Miniaturist Beth Freeman-Kane Sunday

Join us on Sunday, October 16 from 3-5pm at D. Thomas Fine Miniatures for a celebration of new works by wildlife miniaturist Beth Freeman-Kane. This is a great chance to meet the artist and review her latest works on exhibition in the Gallery. A lifelong resident of South Africa, Freeman-Kane (a fellow of the International Guild of Miniature Artisans and signature member of the Miniature Artists of America) creates miniatures utilizing sculpture, painting techniques and mixed media elements that offer a unique view of nature. “Little things matter!” she says. “My artwork celebrates the significance of small things most often overlooked in nature and I invite the viewer to reinvest attention

Master Class with IGMA Fellow Beth Freeman-Kane Saturday October 15

Spend an amazing day at D. Thomas Fine Miniatures on Saturday, October 15 and create this Box Framed Blue Jay with wildlife miniaturist Beth Freeman-Kane. This is a rare NY area/east coast opportunity to study with Ms. Freeman-Kane who calls beautiful South Africa her home. All materials will be provided, including the bird casting (from Beth's original sculpture) and the complete framing kit for you to create a high quality piece of fine art ready to hang in your home or office. Students will learn acrylic painting techniques specific to 'objects in the round' to be able bring the Blue Jay to life. This will be followed by basic assembly inside the box and then learning some fun tricks with

Beth Freeman-Kane: Hudson Valley Wildlife in Miniature

We're excited to announce the opening of a new exhibition “Hudson Valley Wildlife in Miniature – Works by Beth Freeman-Kane” in the Gallery. This important exhibition will run October 15, 2016 through January 15, 2017 along with a special Master Class and Open House during the weekend of October 15. In this special exhibit, Ms. Freeman-Kane presents a 1/12th scale miniature scene depicting life both sustained and renewed by unique ecosystem provided by the mighty Hudson River. Her piece features a Belted Kingfisher and a pair of Pectoral Sandpipers resting atop the waters of the Hudson while beneath the water level live various indigenous tiny fish, crabs and frogs. The scene also features s

Bishop Jones's Parlor by Robert Off in the Gallery

Join us in the Gallery at D. Thomas Fine Miniatures through Oct 14 for a viewing of Bishop Jones's Parlor, a room box created by miniaturist Robert Off. Absalom Jones was born into slavery in 1746. He taught himself to read, worked by day and attended an all-black school at night. He was an active member of St. George's Methodist Episcopal Church in Philadelphia before meeting Richard Allen who he joined forces with to create The Free African Society/The African Church. He was one of the foremost leaders of African decent during the Post Revolutionary period and became the first African American ordained as a priest in the Episcopal Church of the United States, in 1804. Bishop Jones's Parlo

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