Philadelphia Miniaturia 2022—Part 2
- November 28, 2022
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One thing I love about dollhouse miniatures is the creativity involved. The above scene was not for sale, it was simply someone’s vision from Marina’s Miniatures. I lean toward modern miniature scenes and this struck me as a room where I’d kick off my shoes and relax.
The other end of the spectrum is a full house. This house rested on a turntable so people could see both front and back (from little vintage lane miniatures):
It was hard to walk away. I wanted to live inside this house!
And finally, Ulus miniaturas, who create such realistic minis, I almost expect them to work (they don’t).
These are the artisans, the craftspeople, the amazing and patient creators of something that is an art as well as a hobby. There is room for everyone in every budget to indulge in dollhouse miniatures and I’ve enjoyed sharing with you a little (ha) of what I got to see at the show.
Very artistic, very hygge, indeed! Thanks for sharing.
It looks like a lot of fun.
It’s so much fun and the creativity is off the charts. 🙂