This project was an overdue Christmas present from last year for my girlfriend. She loves miniatures and the movie The Borrower Arrietty, which featured a pretty remarkable doll house. So that was the jumping off point. The interiors and exteriors are all based on memories, locations, and possessions we shared together.
Inside the house are about nine rooms. Everything is made mostly of illustration board, paper, and some wood. Though certain furniture used Sculpey, foam, and cotton. All the color is gouache, acrylic, and colored pencil.
These are all from Corinne Vegter, a lovely and talented artist from eastern Oregon. These are from a show we did with her in the second Benjamin Benjamin Gallery space back when we were in Hood River. One of my favorite shows we ever did, her ceramic trailers are so American, so timeless, so much fun.
Corinne is always busy, so visit her website www.dustydogstudio.com to keep up with her events, and buy her one of a kind art.