This Week in Miniatures
Welcome to the latest WEEkly Round Up of news and reports from the MiniWorld! (Photo: The First News
Warsaw In Miniature
Model maker Paweł Chmurzyński studied art history which helped him recreate the pre-war Polish capital of Warsaw in miniature...
Tiny Treasures Available on Invaluable!
Find us at our new shoppable ("buy now!") page on Invaluable. In addition our periodic estate auctions, we'll be continuously adding new delightful miniatures inventory for sale in this location.
Downsized: Small Scale Structure
A new exhibition of miniature works has opened at the Bruce Museum in Greenwich CT featuring works by Thomas Doyle (above), Mohamad Hafez and several others artisans. The show runs through January 2, 2019.
New York Post Features Our own
BadAss Miniaturist: Amanda Kelly
Our own BadAss Miniaturist Amanda Kelly from Panda Miniatures was featured in the new "Extraordinary People" series from The New York Post! Amanda created two works for our recent exhibition including "Her Bed" and "Green Panda Dispensary" Congratulations Amanda!
New! SquintBox MiniMerch
SquintBox MiniMerch is now available! For all those who are passionate about little things SquintBox now offers graphic-infused (people sized!) wearables (graphic t's, hats), home decor (throw pillows) and accessories in an ever expanding mix of designs and products to help miniacs further identify themselves in this expanding and growing movement. Just in time for the holidays for you, or a mini lover in your life!
Miniatures: A Perspective
Simon Garfield, author of "How Small Things Illuminate the World" (Conongate) provides his view and perspective on miniatures in The Guardian.
Anne Day Smith
October 14, 1937 ~ October 31, 2018
The Miniatures World mourns the loss of Anne Day Smith. Her contributions, insights and passion for the little things we love so much will be missed.
> New York City friends: learn miniature bookbinding at The Center for Book Arts. Class is this weekend on Nov 17 and 18. Don't miss out and sign up here.
> TasteMade Home covers the recent Good Sam Show with an awesome new video: here.
> Artist Dylan Stanfield sculpts amazing miniature cheeses because he makes cheese in real life! More at PTLeader.com. (he's also a BadAss Miniaturist!)
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ABOUT D. THOMAS MINIATURES
D. Thomas Miniatures is a retail and gallery destination featuring top quality collectibles including 1/12th scale structure, furniture and accessories. The concept, designed to appeal to collectors, crafters and enthusiasts was created, in part, to raise awareness of miniatures as a decorative art form and to introduce the discipline not only to a new generation but to those who may just be discovering it! The gallery space showcases work in miniature by well-known artists from all over the world.