Professor Sprout showed up for the last day of the Singapore Garden Festival and posed for pictures with fans in line to see her miniature greenhouse!
Singapore workshop #1 and the miniature gardens created by the participants.
Our miniature exhibits are a hit in Singapore, with people waiting in line to see them, just like in Philadelphia. Here are a few pictures, with more to follow. All of the gardens have been re-done since their appearance in Philadelphia.
Our miniature settings are set up for the Singapore Garden Festival. The backstage work took 2.5 days.
We leave for Singapore this weekend but our exhibit materials arrived there a few weeks ago. Here are the cases that Nancy Grube, Deb Mackie, and I sent. Impressive? This is for six miniature settings and our workshops. Can’t wait to unpack them.
We are busy getting ready for our trip to Singapore so no time for an extensive blog. But while you are waiting for news of our adventure, check out the remarkable miniature landscapes by photographer Matthew Albanese. He creates amazing dioramas that look great when photographed.
I love these micro-miniature scenes that a lot of people are creating with model railroad or architectural model figures: My favorite is the London artist Slinkachu whose work is above. Below is someone who for the last three and a half years has created one of these scenes each day. That is amazingly difficult and…
The movies that will be recreated in the Miniature Settings classes for the 2015 Flower Show are revealed here.