My first class with Ray Whitledge and Scott Burgess was a kitchen class. It is one of my favourite projects because it has allowed me to showcase some of the miniatures that I have collected over the years. I have a food background and in my late teens worked in Paris as a part time au pair and with a chef the rest of the time. I went on to work in a cooking school when I returned to Canada for a number of years after I was married. I think that perhaps that is why I love miniature food!
Here are a few photos of my kitchen - Santa and his elves have taken a break for some holiday treats!
|Hors d'oeuvres and Sliced Ham|
|Santa and a few elves|
|Break time and one exhausted elf!|
I have recently spent some more time working with resin and have filled some wine glasses. I managed to break a couple of the glasses so not wanting to throw them out - created a broken glass of wine to salvage the glass!
|Wine bottles - Shepherd Miniatures - http://www.shepherdminiatures.co.uk|
www.exquisiteminiatures.blogspot.com as it showcases so many of the miniature artisans that I have written about on my collecting blog.