• Cornellieson Gallery

    Nellie Artemysia McKay looks at things in a different way. A talented artist, who wants to take things into the virtual world. She has been exhibiting her paintings at the LDF Shows for only a…

  • Feature: Smallscale

    Marie- Louise Markhorst talks about her love of minaitures. “Miniatures have always been my passion. Ever since I was a little girl I enjoyed dolls houses tremendously. Visiting the museum in my hometown, I loved…

  • Feature: Gale Elena Bantock

    Everything about Gale Elena Bantock’s work is recognisable.  It isn’t just the style of the exquisitely painted faces, it isn’t just the beautiful costumes worn by her characters, it isn’t just the vivid colours & vintage…

  • Feature: Nicola Mascall Miniatures

    Nicola Mascall first exhibited her work at The London Dollshouse Festival in 1992, a variety of carpets, rugs, wall hangings, cushions, stools, fire screens, bell pulls, church kneelers, samplers etc.  Nicola has had an interesting…

  • Models on a huge scale

    Paul Wells explains why restraint is vital when working on his incredible dolls houses & models. For the past 30 years, Paul Wells has been creating history in the form of model buildings & scenes…

  • Fatima Dona Molinero

    Capturing the magic in miniature. When you see Fatima’s work, you see beautifully detailed paintings, fantastically real tropical fish & intricately accurate accessories for a dolls house or model. We gasp & admire, but do…

  • Fashions Fade, Style is Eternal.

    Fernando Setien sings the praises of Mid Century Design. As a child, Fernando, very unusually, made some of his own toys. He liked to work with wood & would create small furniture just for fun.…

  • The World on your Fingertips.

    Little Miss Miniature can create a whole tiny world that will fit in the palm of your hand. As with most miniaturists, Sonia’s love of small things began when she was young, but she was…