Where else can you see a log cabin, a general store, a houseboat, a church, a Victorian mansion, a woodworking shop, several homes, and more all under one roof? In miniature at the Brick Store Museum‘s newest exhibition, of course! Living Little: A Selection of Doll-houses and Architectural Models.
You’ll see doll-houses and models as hobbies, as forms of collecting, and as catalysts for compelling stories that transcend generations. Accompanying many of the doll-houses are sequences of photographs. Artistic in their own right, the images also serve to spotlight specific details and show aspects or vantage points that might otherwise not be readily apparent. With no comparative sense of scale in these engaging photographs, the rooms depicted are easily be mistaken as full-size, and it’s not much of a leap to envision yourself in the scene!
So, enter a miniature world where everything is just as you like it. For a time, try “living little.”