My first 'miniature' was a tiny rubber 'sitting doll' - the kind you used to buy for 10 cents at the variety store. I was 6-7, and delighted in dressing it, using bits and pieces of lace, fabric and other trims. Everyone was amazed at my 'talent' - which, fortunately, has grown a bit as I have gotten older! ;D
About 25 years ago, more or less, I was mentored (into the type of miniatures that I make now) by Jacqueline, of Jacqueline's Miniatures, in Houston, Texas. With full access to her marvelous, large shop, and a big classroom, I enjoyed our association for several years.
We moved to Atlanta, and Miniature Designs, in Duluth (a suburb), became my 'miniature place away from home'. Most of my recent work was sold there - as 'miniatures on the Internet' was in it's 'infant' stage. I enjoyed teaching classes there, as well. It was while we lived…
- Born on December 29
- Joined October 24, 2009