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  1. WeekendMiniaturist

    IGMA Guild School 2018

    Yesterday, pre-registration was due, and referencing our membership email the photos are up for 2018! I know there are at least 12 classes at the top of my list! Here is a link for your viewing pleasure. http://www.igma.org/guild_school/2018/48_hour_classes.html When you break it down, and look at the fact that shared dorm room accommodations and meals are included, and you add a priceless week of creating miniatures with friends and learning from some of the finest miniature artisans - it is in an incredible value! Need answers on a roadblock that is impeding your scale
  2. I have just finished my Queen Anne Writing Chair from my Guild School class with Elga Koster. She is a wonderfully talented teacher and a master at making jigs that help students achieve results! I finished my chair with Watco Danish Oil and then a coat of Briwax, which I have used frequently on real size furniture. The cushion is a Bargello pattern adapted from an Annelle Ferguson Pomegranate pattern. I adapted it by shortening the stitches to go over 2 threads to make the pattern a bit smaller. The support tape on the bottom of the seat was woven on a Greta loom in a Guild School semin
  3. Is going to Guild School high on your dream miniature adventures list? please consider submitting your application. Apply for next years' Guild School Scholarship The application for the 2017 Guild School scholarship is now available. It is due August 1, 2017. Download the application now and send to: The Guild School Scholarship ProgramPeggy Bugg, Chairperson 1917 Vilas AvenueMadison WI 53711plbugg@juno.com608-257-7453
  4. WeekendMiniaturist

    Deadline for Submission for 2018 Scholarship

    Is Guild School on your bucket list? Here is a link to the Guild's webpage for details about scholarships. http://www.igma.org/guild_school/scholarship.html The scholarship includes 36 hours of unforgettable opportunity to learn to make miniatures from some of the finest, most accomplished artisans specializing in miniature fine art. The tuition includes instruction, and room & board. Recipients provide their own transportation, material fees for classes and evening seminars. We hope to see your smiling face in June 2018! Details to submit the application are av
  5. It is exciting to see the class photos on the IGMA website today. I have been so fortunate to travel to various miniature shows, conventions, and museums across the US for the last two decades. I have been a general member of the IGMA for a while - I think I joined in 2003. Guild School seems to fall somewhere in those first 2 weeks of June, and by far, it has been one of my best miniature experiences. The symbiotic relationship between student / teacher / friends / collectors / artisans reaches the highest plane of learning new skills during this week in June. Oh, what is really, really
  6. Hi Everyone! I just recently joined IGMA (this morning, in fact) and am eager to meet and become part of a larger miniatures audience. This past June, I was privileged to have won a scholarship to the Guild School and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I took Deb Mackie's saddlebags class because while I could already make English and Western saddles, I did not know how to tool leather so it was just the perfect class for me. I also took Ann High's enclosed armchair class where I learned how to carve wood. Are you sensing a theme here? I didn't realise I'd done that until afterwards. It was a t
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