Off Winder Lane in a quiet residential neighborhood of Lake District in Flookburgh, England sits an unassuming house with a secret. There are no signs
Self-taught miniature artisan Michael Reynolds of Miniatures Limited based in Atlanta, Georgia started creating miniature paintings seven years ago because he saw an opening in the market and relished the simple challenge of doing it. Reynolds spent a year perfecting his miniature painting technique. He selects paintings from real life art masters, particularly portraits from the 16th and 17th centuries, and recreates them in one inch miniature scale.
Yes, that photo above is a miniature. When shown a picture of one of Randy Hage’s New York storefronts, most people do not realize they
Roadside America is an unforgettable panorama of life in the rural United States. The exhibit spans more than two hundred years in time and displays, in exquisite miniature detail, how people lived and worked from pioneer days to the present.
Roadside America has been widely acclaimed as the largest known miniature village–the most unique and highly detailed masterpiece of its kind in the world.
Hand-crafted by Laurence Gieringer throughout much of the 20th century and subsequently maintained by his children, Roadside America is a spectacular attraction in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch country. Open to visitors seven days a week, year round, Roadside America is sure to delight and entertain mini fans of all ages.
It is the littlest biggest show on Earth! Since 2006, the Circus Museum at the Ringling Museum of Art in Sarasota, Florida, has hosted a miniature