WEEkly Mini RoundUp 11.18
WEEkly Mini RoundUp for November 18th
Welcome to our latest WEEkly Round Up of news and reports from in and around the MiniWorld capturing mainstream and social media bits to local stories you may have missed.
Decorating an Extraordinary Dollhouse
We were THRILLED to be invited back by The Hudson River Museum to decorate the extraordinary Nybelwyck Hall. This year we pulled together a group of talented miniaturists to help! Click here for a complete list of contributing artists along with a photo recap! 'Tis truly the season!
Charles Matton Featured in New Exhibition
We Were on the Radio (and the interwebs!)
In case you missed it, we were interviewed by NPR affiliate WFUV Radio. In this short piece, we talk about what attracts enthusiasts to the world of miniatures and the different ways these tiny treasures can are incorporated into our lives. Have a listen!
Awesome Miniature for Sale at Christies
Extraordinary miniature sedan chair by Fabergé made of gold and enamel will be auctioned in the galleries at Christies in London as part of the "Important Russian Art" event scheduled for November 27th. Don't forget your checkbook.
Cardboard Craft or Stunning Photograph?
Digital artist and miniaturist Juhamatti Vahdersalo uses mainly cardboard to craft highly detailed models which he then uses to take awesome photographs. Check out his You Tube channel to see more of his work and process. Save your cereal boxes!
Miniaturist Spotlight: J. Getzan
Artists from J. Getzan Miniatures show us how they create detailed on inch-scaled copper pots in this short video. Check out our assortment of copper and other tiny treasures online or at our location in the Shoppes, in Cold Spring NY. Get hammered!
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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.