Polymer miniatures are big

Kilgast on PCDaily

That’s what Stephanie Kilgast discovered. She was mobbed by miniaturists in Hong Kong at her press conference there a few months back. Her sushi platter brooches and earrings sell quickly. Catch the pictures and the news video.

Stephanie was born in Germany, lives in France and travels the globe showing her miniatures. She studied architecture but shortly before graduation she discovered polymer miniatures. After graduation she became a full-time miniaturist. That was in 2009.

Her mini-Easter eggs and chocolate bunny fit our week perfectly. You’ll find a bunch of Stephanie’s free tutorials on her site. She’s also on CraftArtEdu, CDHM.org, Flickr and in all the usual places. It’s best to look when you’re not hungry! Thanks to Donna Kato for the link.

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  • reply Leina ,

    :=) She is amazing with her oh-so-real-details and happy energy flowing form creation…

    • reply Mary Anne Loveless ,

      I’m really feeling my sausage fingers right now! Wow! This work is so tiny, so detailed, so impressive!

      • reply Sandra ,

        I too have sausage fingers and can only sit back and admire the wonderful detail and realism of Stephanie’s work. Amazing!

        • reply Carrie Harvey ,

          I was lucky enough to take a class with Stephanie she is not only really talented but also a lovely person!

          • reply Trina Williams ,

            Yummy! Almost every artist I have interviewed for the Polymer Cafe series has done miniatures at one time. They really catch the eye.

            • reply Randee M Ketzel ,

              I have been following Petitplat for years–though I am not into this particular branch of polymer art, she does it better than anyone I have ever seen. Her work is spectacular!!

              • reply Natalja Ivankova ,

                Very cute!

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