This Week in Miniatures...
WEEkly Mini RoundUp 1.27.18
Welcome to our latest round up of news and reports from in and around the miniworld capturing mainstream and social media bits and local stories you may have missed.
Bill Robertson: Beauty is in the Detail
Master Miniaturist William Robertson is featured in this story from Ideas.Ted.com - here is the full TedTalk he did recently in Kansas City.
Game Show Miniatures
An extensive array of awesome miniatures were presented as part of Beyond the Edge, a CCTV.com game show challenge from our friends in Asia sponsored by the Ford Motor Company. Click above to see the video!
ARTIST OPEN CALL/New Exhibition!
We're excited to announce an Artist Open Call to participate in a new exhibition of miniature works in the gallery at D. Thomas Fine Miniatures co-curated by Kate Ünver founder of The Daily Miniature (dailymini). This new show will be presented in our new space as part of the Yonkers Open Studio Event opening May 5 and 6 in Yonkers, New York. Artist intent to submit due 2/10/18 and submissions due 2/17/18. Click here for all the details!
Rare Estate Find!
Just In: This fabulous estate find – a miniature version of "Black Beauty" by Anna Sewell - - with printed pages and everything! Get in touch with interest.
> This story about the miraculous healing power of a dollhouse from The Independent.
> Meet Jessie Burton in this interview from AU.com about her involvement in the film adaptation of her popular novel, The Miniaturist.
>Extreme Bonsai miniaturizing: worlds smallest trees from Bonsai Empire.
> These ain't no little girl play things .....somewhat NSFW. Miniatures take a "Fifty Shades of Grey" sort of direction here from Dangerous Minds.
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