Article In Best Chapter Magazine Featuring

In an extensive article Best Chapter Magazine followed up their 2014 article on Robert Off and his miniatures. The article focused on how he created the box and included several in-process photographs as well explanations of his methods.

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Curtis's Work Tentt

The roombox was created to museum standards. All of the Sioux Indian artifacts within the box are accurate, the miniature of Curtis’s camera was created by an artisan in England from information and photographs from the Smithsonian. The cyanotypes that I used in the box were actually created by me using the cyanotype process with help from Jane Alden Stevens, a DAAP professor emeritus in the photographic department. All of the lights inside the box are LEDs.

Robert Off at WorkRobert Off at Work

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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.