Each year, the Show brings together more than 100 U.S. and international artisans and dealers, including a number of I.G.M.A. Artisans and Fellows. They offer collectors unique, well-crafted 1-inch, 1/2-inch, and 1/4-inch scale miniatures from around the world.

Saturday, August 16, 2014

Miniature Fine Art & Signs: Phyllis Hawkes

IGMA Fellow Phyllis Hawkes has attended Good Sam since 2012. Working in 1:12 scale, she specializes in fine art, signs, and decorated furniture. Her fine art reproductions range from Old Masters to American Folk Painting, antique signs, contemporary signs, wall plaques, decorated furniture, and more. Custom projects and commissions are welcome. Email: phyllis.hawkes@comcast.net. Web: http://www.phyllishawkesstudio.com/

The Great Race: The Cutty Sark & The Thermopolae by Charles Vickery (early 20th century). Traditional oil painting. 4" x 3-1/16".
Miss Jayne Bowles by Joshua Reynolds (1775). Traditional oil painting. 3-3/16" x 2-5/8".
Retrieving by Edward Henry Potthast (1890). Traditional oil painting. 2-5/8" x 3-3/16".
Jane Ann Campbell by Ammi Phillips (1820). Traditional oil painting. 2-1/2" x 3-1/4".
Mrs. Keyser by unknown American Folk painter (1884). Traditional oil painting. 1-7/8" x 2-1/4".
Sign of the Thomson Inn by unknown New England sign painter (1799). Acrylic, 3-1/8" x 5".
Shoe-Maker Sign after a parade banner. By William Capon, Jr. (1841). Acrylic, 2-1/2" x 1-7/8". 
Birds & Butterflies Set after modern wall hangings (21st century). Acrylic, approximately 1-1/4" x 1-1/4" each.  

To see more of Phyllis Hawkes work, go here and here.

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