This Week in Miniatures
Welcome to the latest WEEkly round up of the latest news and reports from the MiniWorld! (Photo: Adrian Sonderegger & Jojakim Cortis)
Our latest exhibition caused more than a little trouble this past week when BadAss Miniaturist Kim Clough from @Bizarro_Sculpt posted her work on DeviantArt, the popular art site. The site removed her post just three days later!
Additionally, the Green Panda Dispensary by Amanda Kelly from Panda Miniatures has caused one of our followers to un-follow (in dramatic fashion) resulting in a torrent of comments (mostly in support of the show!).
Our latest exhibition BadAss Miniatures – Causing a Little Trouble is on view by appointment through July 22 in Yonkers, New York. For a full details, along with additional images from the show, head here.
Miniature Guild Artisans go BadAss
We're excited to have a number of IGMA artisans (International Guild of Miniature Artisans) who have made contribution to our latest exhibition BadAss Miniatures including Guild Fellows Brooke Rothshank and Carolyn Nygren Curran and Guild Artisans Michael Yurkovic and Susan Van Tubbergen. Work by these talented artisans may be seen here.
Meet Miniaturist Jason
Jason is a miniaturist who makes tiny houses. His autism doesn't limit him or stop him from creating awesome houses and interiors in small scale. We like Jason!
Miniature Spaces On View
Iconic Photographs Recreated in Miniature
> Corinne Tryon (BadAss Miniaturists) tells her story about persistence and the making of her first miniature "Tiny Story" in this blog post.
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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.