Small Talk Tag: Furniture

Miniature Masterworks: Cristina Noriega Morán

Christina Noriega Morán makes replicas of all styles and time periods using traditional cabinetmaking and wood techniques. She primarily focuses on furniture, but she also makes medical equipment and other apparatus inspired by her family of medical professionals and her own interest in medical devices.

Moran is one of more than sixty artists participating in Miniature Masterworks, September 15-17, 2017.

 

Miniature Masterworks: Chris Malcomson

Christopher Malcomson’s marquetry furniture focuses on William and Mary, Georgian, and Victorian styles. He views past masters’ work as an outstanding pallette from which he can take ideas. Each complex marquetry design he creates has an experimental element as he acquires new techniques.

Malcomson is one of the more than sixty artists participating in Miniature Masterworks, September 15-17, 2017.

Miniature Masterworks: Victoria Morozova

Victoria Morozova creates fine-scale furniture, focusing on the Art Nouveau style. She especially enjoys the challenge of marquetry, bringing to life a sketch with the help of wood grain, texture, and color. Morozova considers reproducing furniture pieces a dialogue between herself and the original artists, taking inspiration from the beauty of the design and transferring it to a smaller scale.

Morozova is one of more than sixty artists participating in Miniature Masterworks, September 15-17, 2017.

Miniature Masterworks: Rohit Khanna

Rohit Khanna makes fine reproductions of period furniture from cabinetmakers such as Thomas Chippendale and Charles Andre Boulle. He is fascinated by the blend of metal and wood and the mechanical movement in furniture. His furniture is made of Sheesham wood, and he manufactures his own hardware using lost-wax casting.

Khanna is one of more than sixty artists participating in Miniature Masterworks, September 15-17, 2017.

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