As the post before this was about Ron Mueck’s hyperrealist sculptures – works of huge proportions, I though I would post about the interesting world of miniatures. I’ve always loved miniatures. There is something so aesthetically pleasing about them. To make them is like recreating your own little world. But the very art ofContinue reading “Shrinking World”
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Crafty Old Sugar!
I was watching a programme today which featured the Bowes Museum in County Durham. The exhibition was about Sugarcraft as a sculptural medium. I never realised that this craft was so old. Apparently it was featured in the household of Princesse de Lamballe, Marie Therese Louise de Savoie-Carignan (1749-92) who was a favouriteContinue reading “Crafty Old Sugar!”