Cynthia von Buhler solo exhibition at The Nassau County Museum of Art


directly from Cynthia von Buhler’s web site:

In addition to having written the story, Cynthia von Buhler was also the painter, sculptor, interior decorator, mason, gardener, and plumber of the sets. The rooms were built by hand from wood. The stone walls were formed from plaster. The floors are handmade from inlaid wood, mother-of-pearl, and plaster. The characters were painted in oils on gessoed paper, then cut out and placed in the sets. The scenes were photographed by Cynthia with a Nikon D300.

The MiniArtMuseum at The Nassau County Museum of Art’s Mini Art Museum for Children in New York will be featuring these miniature sets and characters from But Who Will Bell the Cats? and The Cat Who Wouldn’t Come Inside in a solo exhibition from September 20, 2009 through January 3, 2010.

for more information visit the museum site


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