Gilbert Mena is well known for his exceptional oil paintings, excellent furniture, and handsome turnings. Always innovative and imaginative, his most recent goal is to push miniatures to the limit when making finely detailed very tiny pieces. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Sevres style French table with a plaque of classical figures in a landscape.|
|A teeny tiny grand piano.|
|Sideboard has one case filled with brass scientific instruments, and another with faux ivory scrimshaw and turnings. Photo courtesy of Connie Sauve.|
|Shredded currency embedded in resin. The boxes and vases are turned on a lathe.|
|Paintings photographed on the floor at the 2012 Good Sam Show.|
|Micro-roombox with wooden furniture, tiny oil paintings, and sculptures. Photo courtesy of Connie Sauve.|
To see more of Gilbert Mena's work, go >here<.