Diorama Art: Part 2

Continuing the journey of art in the world of dioramas,  this post features three more artists that truly bring a small world to life. Each have their own styles, vastly different than the previous group of artist shown in PT1 of this series. So enjoy!

Joe Fig

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“Pollock”
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“Matthew Ritchie”
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“Self Portrait”
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“April Gornik”

Note: What makes his work so unique and among my favorite miniature/diorama extraordinary is the content. Art on artists and their art process. It’s clever and visually gorgeous. “Pollock” is my personal favorite. 

Alan Wolfson

"CANAL ST. CROSS-SECTION" (2009-2010)
“CANAL ST. CROSS-SECTION” (2009-2010)
"LUCKY SEVENS CASINO" (1988)
“LUCKY SEVENS CASINO” (1988)

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"TIMES SQUARE HOTEL ROOM" (1982)
“TIMES SQUARE HOTEL ROOM” (1982)
"TO ATLANTIC AVENUE" (1982)
“TO ATLANTIC AVENUE” (1982)

Note: I’m not sure what my obsession is with dioramas and subway carts/train carts. I shared one with PT1 of this series with a piece done by Lori Nix. For this piece, it’s just done so well and really captured its subject. 

Nguyen Manh Hung

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Note: “Living Together in Paradise” is such a beautiful piece of art but in no way is small. Pictured below is the artist at work. Look at the scale of this work!

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Who’s your favorite?

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