Dollhouse/Minature Exhibit Atrium Gallery through November 25SALISBURY, MD--Dollhouses, room boxes and miniatures are being featured from now until November 25 in the Atrium Gallery at the Guerrieri University Center at Salisbury State University on Dogwood Drive. The show was prepared by the Mini-Mansions Club with members from this area.
The diverse show includes scale models of a bridal scene, a picnic by the lake, a boys tree house with a tire swing hanging from the tree, a clubhouse, a meat market with the butcher and the meat hanging up for customers to see, a haunted house, a birthday party, a rabbit house in a hollow stump, and many other equally fascinating and intricate works. These scenes have been built inside gift bags, a grocery bag, set of books that have been hollowed out and room boxes.
Exhibitors whose work is in the show are Barbara Robertson of Delmar, Maria Robertson and Bonnie Justice of Crisfield, and Vera Carpenter, Sally Thrash, Theresa Thomas and Barbara Schultz of Salisbury. The group meets the third Saturday of each month in the homes of the various members and produces a project during each meeting. It is time for socializing, exchanging ideas and recycling common items into miniature components. Anyone interested in joining the group can call Schultz at 410-749-9266. University Gallery hours are Tuesday-Friday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m., and Saturday-Sunday, noon-4 p.m. For more information or a complete listing of fall cultural events at the University call the SSU Public Relations Office at 410-543-6030.