WEEkly Roundup of News...
WEEkly Mini RoundUp
Welcome to our WEEkly round up of news and reports from in and around the MiniWorld from mainstream and social media to local stories you may have missed. We plan to publish every weekend!
Meet the Miniaturist: Kate Ünver
In this piece from Man Repeller, in association with Obsessed, the new fragrance by Calvin Klein, we get to meet the brains behind the beauty of The Daily Mini that feeds us with a #MiniFix each day from her Instagram account.
Murder in Miniature: Renwick Gallery
On view at The Smithsonian American Art Museum’s Renwick Gallery is the complete collection of Frances Glessner Lee’s 19 dollhouses...however, these aren't your typical dollhouses. These were created specifically to help solve murders. More here in this Washington Post article. The collection is on view through January 28, 2018.
Going BIG on Small Objects: Club News
Miniaturists from the Eugene, OR Minis Club are the focus in this story from the Register-Guard which talks about the broad range of skills and talents utilized in the making of tiny things. More here along with additional images.
Miniaturist Spotlight: Lavender Belle Miniatures
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NEW: Custom MiniMemory Box!
We just finished a custom memory box complete with an ice-filled champagne bucket, flutes and chocolate cake (no cal!) dotted with strawberries and a single white rose to celebrate the anniversary of Lilly and Mike for 25 years together. Happy Anniversary!
Contact us to find out more about how we can work with you to create a tiny treasure to commemorate your special occasion!
Until next time!
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.