Masterworks in Miniature strives to provide every genre and medium. Whether you prefer florals, cityscapes, portraits, still life, wildlife or something whimsical you'll find it in oils, acrylics, watercolors and even sculpture. Our artists are the most talented, best selling professionals in the business.
|Spring Shadows by Terry Isaac|
Let's focus on florals for example. Terry Isaac has two original acrylic floral entries; one features daisies and one with lilies. Diane Hoeptner, new to Masterworks, has a tulip floral and a hydrangea floral. Amanda Carder Lovett's posey and peonies are two more examples of florals. Simon Bull gives his floral a more modern flair. Rowenna Anderson is usually known for her florals, but this year submitted a cityscape of Venice.
|Ladies in Waiting by Lynn Ponto-Peterson|
We have several still lifes in the show. Gail MacArgle sent another outstanding oil called "A" is for Apple. If you prefer watercolors, Lynn Ponto-Peterson has created a lovely image titled Ladies in Waiting. Richard Plasschaert's Egg Shells is exquisite! Jan Stommes' cold beverages would make a perfect addition to your bar area. Marie Line Fourmont's porcelains will grace your kitchen or boudoir.
|Loyalty by Jocelyn Russell|
Don't overlook sculpture when decorating your home or office. Miniature sculpture's 3D quality makes a significant impact in a small space. Paul Brunelle's textural fired clay birds are so realistic their eyes follow your movements and you're sure they'll fly away. Jocelyn Russell's incredibly intricate bronze of a spaniel has to be seen to be believed. They are just two of the sculpture artists in the show.
|Leopard by Lee Kromschroeder|
Our living spaces can and should surround us with the things we love and inspire us with their beauty. If we put our treasure where our heart is, we're sure to be happy. This is the true value of art. Don't miss this chance to visit online or stop by in person and see this truly incredible exhibit before it closes this Saturday at 6 p.m.