The 2019 Good Sam Show took place September 12-13, 2019 in San Jose, California. An exhibit of the work of local miniaturists was on display in the hallway of the show.
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“Farm Stand” by Laura Johnson. This was created in a workshop at the NAME Sacramento houseparty. Laura is a member of the Mini Attics.
“Hopsing Lee Chinese Laundry” by Moonyeen Moller. This scene represents a laundry located in 1950’s-era San Francisco. The doll is by Sharon Cariola.
“Room in a Teapot” by Paula Holm. This project was a workshop at the NAME Greenville convention.
Fourth of July fireworks collection by Nancy Peters. Nancy and her husband are pyrotechnicians. The rockets are reproductions of real rockets.
“Our First Grandchild” by Ruth Heisch. This was a MiniCals workshop that Ruth remade for her granddaughter-in-law’s birthday.
“Ms. Trelawny’s House” by Garry Silberstein. The Trelawny House is an historic house in Portland. The house was a project from the Portland Small Scales houseparty. Garry is a member of the MiniAttics.
“Ava Crain-Bee Shed” by Rhona Lee.
“Boat House” by June Mohn
Small Scale Shops by Gabriele Layne. Gabriele states, “This was a challenge for me – trying to make items in such a small scale to fit on the shelves.”
“Birds of a Feather” by Barbara Jones. Barbara states, “How could I resist these mallard ducklings in the scene by Beth Freeman Kane!” The scene in a lantern contains osa orange wood from Barbara’s woodpile.
“Friendship Hutch” by Juanita Landa.
“Margo” by Juanita Landa. This was the first doll that Juanita dressed and wigged. She took part in the Good Sam Academy Class taught by Dana Burton.
“Gingerbread Visions” by Carol Walls. The sideboard is from a class with Carlene Brown. The gingerbread dollhouse is from the 2012 NAME houseparty in Portland. Carol is a member of the Mini Attics.
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