Robert Off Announces the Publishing of His New Book


My book is officially out and is entitled “Miniature Rooms by Robert Off”. The book, 122 pages, is now available for sale, it is printed on premium paper and measures  8” X 10”.

The book contains over 100 pages of photographs of my boxes with text describing my inspirations for creating many of them. I have also included a section illustrating the step-by-step process which I used in making my most recent box, “Curtis’s Work Tent”, and additional photographs of various techniques used in creating other boxes.

Since none of the large publishing housing beat down my door with offers of large signing deals, I decided to self-publish the book. It is available for purchase as a hardback from blurb.com and as a paperback from Amazon.com.

If you click on the Blurb Link it will take you to their bookstore where the hardback book its offered for sale. Once there,  if you click on the “Preview’ button located just below the illustration of the books’s cover you will be able to view the entire book, every page and every photograph, for FREE. (If you expand the image to full screen by clicking on the arrows at the top-right of the screen you will be able to easily read all the text - use the arrow keys on your computer to turn the pages)

A hardbound copy of "Miniature Rooms by Robert Off" can be obtained at Blurb.

A soft copy of "Miniature Rooms by Robert Off" can be obtained at Amazon.

All Stars

  • Ruth McChesney

    Ruth created and oversaw the creation of numerous museum quality miniature rooms and was a very talented artisan herself,  specializing in needlework. She lived in Pittsburgh and worked closely with Dick Smith an interior designer and miniature painter. Her rooms are in the permanent collections several museums including the Carnegie Museum of Art , Winterthur, the Westmorland Art Museum, The American Museum in Britain and many others.

    • Kaye Browning

      Kaye is an avid collector of miniatures, and currently serves as the Miniature Curator at the Kentucky Gateway Museum Center located in Maysville,  Kentucky, which is  just outside of Cincinnati, Ohio. The museum collection contains evidence of her many years of astute collecting and collaboration with many of the best artisans in the world. The museum collection includes miniature e rooms and furniture from the finest artisans in the  world including Kevin Mulvany, Susie Rogers, the Kupjack Studios and William Robertson, who also designed the installation.

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