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, March 14, 2015

Dealer Natasha Fine Miniatures: Fine Art, Figures & Accessories

Natasha Beshenkovsky's work includes shadow boxes, sculpture, screens, furniture, cats and dogs, small boxes, paintings and trays. In addition to 1:12 scale--or smaller "no scale"--she makes small oil paintings on canvas, showing objects actual size. Natasha accepts commissions. She will be at the Bishop Chicago International Show in April 2015 and the Good Sam Show in October 2015. Email: natmin@aol.com. Web: http://www.natashaminiatures.com

Go-go dancer. Painted wood, glitter paint, bead. About 8-inches high.
"Girl with a Cat." Painted wood, about 4-inches high.
"Carmen." Painted wood, about 14-inches high, including rotating base. Part of an "Opera" series, which includes shadow boxes and smaller sculptures
Shadow box: Exact replica of Jean-Simeon Chardin's painting: "Boy, building a house of cards." Painted wood. 8-inches x 8-inches including frame, 3-inches deep. Under non-reflective museum glass.
Shadow box inspired by 17th century Still Lifes. Painted wood, findings and dried plant material. The Turkish carpet is actually Trompe L'Oeil painting. The shadow box is 8-inches x 8-inches and 3.5-inches deep.
"Chinoiserie" shadow box inspired by Chinese porcelain in the Blue Willow style. Painted wood, with old metal findings for flowers, tiny twigs and vines.
Painting of two Corgi dogs. Oil on wood, 3-inches x 2-inches.
Painted metal large red tray, 1.5-inches x 1-inch (1:12 scale). Small red tray, .75-inch x .75-inch (1:24 scale).
Harpsichord, with French pastoral scene on the lid. The harpsichord is 8-inches long and 3-inches high (with the lid closed).

From the Art Gallery:

"Cut Pomegranate." Oil on canvas, 7-inches x 5-inches.
"Pears." Oil on canvas. 6.5-inches x 15-inches.
"Peppers." Oil on canvas. Four paintings are separate and may be displayed in different configuration. Each is 4-inches x 5.5-inches. 

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