Thursday, January 17, 2013

Studio | Miniatures

tiny work in progress
A sneak peek at my latest miniature watercolors.

tiny work in progress II
I'm working on little entomology specimens for the 
Enormous Tiny Art Show which opens on February 1st!

tiny work in progress III
I found the most darling gilt frames with a round matte.
Each painting measures three inches.

21 comments:

Line Katrin said...

They are great! I just want to touch them:)

Sasha said...

Wonderful! And teeny, tiny...I love round frames.

Cathy Missaghi said...

Really sweet, I hope you'll post pictures of them framed.

holly aka golly said...

I'll post pictures as soon as I finish framing them.

gretchenmist . . . {belinda} said...

brilliant!

Vickie said...

gorgeous

donna baker said...

Holly, I love those and can't wait to see one framed.

Sarah Melling said...

So charming...and thanks for the link to the art show, I'd never heard of it. Fun!

Barb said...

I do hope there will be more pictures and maybe even some of these available for sale! Beautiful :)

passifleur said...

like we see them in the eyepiece of the microscope.love them

glòria said...

Incredibly nice!!

holly aka golly said...

Hi all! The Show opens on February 1st and they will be available for sale through the Enormous Tiny Art / Nahcotta Gallery website.

Olivia said...

Your work is stunning!

Poet Lady said...

As big as your thumb! Can't wait to see them in their frames.

artist said...

I want one!

Anonymous said...

small barn owls would be a hoot!
Von G

kathryn said...

Oh Holly, your miniature entomology watercolors are wondeful. Thank you for the sneak peek and the link to the website. Can you tell us what time the Enormus Tiny Art Show sale begins?

holly aka golly said...

The exhibit is during the month of February and starts on the 1st. The paintings will also be on their website, which will be updated in the coming days. I'll post the particulars very soon, I promise.

Red Ruby Rose said...

These are absolutely beautiful! perfectly framed too.

Lana said...

I always enjoy seeing your wonderful art! However... and this may seem weird... but I love what is behind the art, too! Is it your watercolor palette or paper that you've painted sample colors on?

Best of luck at the show! :)

holly aka golly said...

The paintings were photographed on my palette and the paint simply dried creating random patterns. :)