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  1. WeekendMiniaturist

    Maysville KY Gateway Museum

    I had a wonderful visit today at the KY Gateway Museum. I saw so many wonderful miniatures! The collection is outstanding. I saw three of Bill Hudson's pieces... The South Bend house by Noel and Pat Thomas, and of course seeing the Spencer House, is again a wonderful feast for the eyes... if you are driving through Kentucky, you should defintely stop and spend a few wonderful hours at the museum. Althea's knitting photos on the forum are great, but seeing these pieces with your own eyes, at eye level really allow you to see and appreciate the detail, artistry, and technical ability is observed with awe. I especially appreciate seeing all those wonderful pieces of petitpoint and the knotted silk carpets are incredible... I like to shrink myself and live in the South Bend house. There are so many wonderful items in this museums collection, many that have been displayed in miniature magzines, that you might recognize the work of a friend or artisan that you have purchased from. Tamra
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