Tuesday, July 13, 2021

Looking good (while not looking good...)

Over the weekend, as the COVID situation across the country continued to worsen, and it looked likely that the ACT would again be red zoned for travel into Victoria*, I abandoned any hope of being able to justify (or be allowed to) travel to Melbourne to see the Doll House: Miniature worlds of wonder before it closes at the end of next month.

And emailed the curator asking if she could send me some photos of my work on display.

Not only did she send me some, she kindly allowed me to share them:

5 large blown up photos of 1/12 scale modern miniature scenes on display on a wall.
Courtesy of Annette Sheill, National Trust Victoria.
3 large blown up photos of 1/12 scale modern miniature scenes on display on a wall.
Courtesy of Annette Sheill, National Trust Victoria.
4 large blown up photos of 1/12 scale modern miniature scenes on display on a wall.
Courtesy of Annette Sheill, National Trust Victoria.
4 large blown up photos of 1/12 scale modern miniature scenes on display on a wall.
Courtesy of Annette Sheill, National Trust Victoria.
And to add to the excitement, I also discovered that National Trust Victoria have used another of my photos on the cover of the latest issue of their member magazine!
Issue of the National Trust Victoria members magazine with a 1/12 scale modern miniature scene on the front cover.

Notes for non Australian readers:

* Australian Capital Territory
* Although it's been over a year since we've had a case of community transmission, the fact that we are surrounded my New South Wales, and the ease of travel between the hot spots of Sydney and here (even when that travel is not supposed to happen), means we're lumped in with New South Wales when it comes to travel to Victoria.

2 comments :

m1k1 said...

Absolutely fabulous.

Sheila said...

That's awesome!