“A world with it’s own set of rules…” I open with an assessment, one similar to the one I gave to Simon Garfield’s In Miniature, this documentary doesn’t say enough.
I bought some things Friday and Saturday and I keep thinking how proud my child self would be with me. That’s to say, I’m very happy with my purchases, and … Continue reading Some Things Never Change (or Paper Crafting Books Will Never Not be Cool)
I go to the annual train show almost every year here in Jacksonville, FL. It’s a big to do, held at a convention center, and has a ton of vendors. … Continue reading TCA Train Show
Life Traveling for work, preparing for a move, planning a wedding, all while trying to keep up art motivation has been trying. That said, I’m still buzzing with ideas, but … Continue reading When Life Gets in the Way, Revel in All the Miniatures Around You
“What makes these objects so evocative for us is that they hold the memories of people, of relationships, of places and moments and milestones that speak to our own identity.” … Continue reading What We Keep by Bill Shapiro and Naomi Wax, A Reflection
“We bring things down to size to understand and appreciate them.” In Miniature: How Small Things Illuminate the World comes to us from Simon Garfield , a journalist and non-fiction author, … Continue reading In Miniature by Simon Garfield, A Review
I recently picked up ‘Why It Does Not Have to be in Focus: Modern Photography Explained” by Jackie Higgens, on recommendation from a toy photo friend. Within it’s pages, Higgins … Continue reading Photo Focus: The Effectiveness of Blur in Toy Photography
A new look at Welcome to Marwen with the recent US & UK DVD releases. Read about my movie theater experience here. Welcome to Marwen (2018) is a Robert Zemeckis movie based on … Continue reading Returning to Welcome to Marwen