Gallery Meltdown


Tiny show, tiny interview
April 2, 2010, 3:24 am
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> 1. Why tiny?  It’s a great way to show your range, how you approach different sized works compositionally and thematically.  You don’t always need a large space to make a big impact!  It is also more affordable and can be displayed almost anywhere.
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> 2. What makes tiny art so adorable? It gets the viewer more intimately involved with the piece because they have to get so close to see it.  I like it because it compliments my diminutive stature 🙂
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> 3. Was the tiny art difficult to make?  It was my first time constructing tiny wood panels.  I normally do a lot of tight line work and I was able to hold the entire piece while I was doing it.  It was great!  I had a lot of fun doing it and would definitely consider making more because it’s easier to get it into collector’s hands, even in a literal sense!

Christopher Umana

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