Collections: Dollhouse Miniatures & Accessories

Miniature Framed Art collection of 3 wooden framed paintings- Landscape- Oak tree- Cottage inn- Limited edition of 30 sets


 In my tiny ExiArts studio I have prepared a framed artwork collection of 3 pieces. They are handmade miniatures in 1/12 scale for collectors as the arts in them are from my original art ACEO drawings from 2014 and 2015. I have used real wood - bamboo sticks. For the base of the arts I have used strong card stock and I have used an Italian eco-friendly mordant to color the wood and the sides of the card-stock.
 This is the first set that I release from a Limited Edition of 30 ever. If you order it now you will own the First Edition of this exclusive collection.  

 This set will be released only of Limited Edition of 30 pieces. Whenever the 30th set is created I will never create these mini framed arts in such framing, proportions and sizes ever again! 

 Your collection will be the First and I will send it with a Certificate of Authenticity to be the first such collection of Limited Edition of 30 worldwide.

I am happy to show this collection in much better photographies now as I was postponing their real release for sale. Now they are here for someone of you to have them, the first ever miniature framed art collection I release.

These mini framed arts are handmade by me and I have used tiny prints of three of my drawings I made back in 2015 and 2014. I have used wooden sticks to make the framed miniatures and also I have colored the wooden frames with Italian ecofriendly mordant.

  1.  The first art of the collection is titled ''Listen to the Tree''. We must go out in nature more oftenly and speak and listen to the trees. They bring us spirit uplifting and give us strenght, wisdom and energy for inspiration!

2.  The second art of the drawing the next in size is titled  'Cross the valley'.

  The drawing print expresses the last stop for a break of the messenger elf Nerith Marendel. He has stopped at this place to enjoy the beautiful view of the river in the valley and Bandur Castle across the valley.

Nerith Marendel, of the town of Sigith, has to cross the valley to go to Bandur Castle, to bring a very important message to the elf king Lokerath.
This is a message for a mobilizing of all Light Magicians of all of Exzdourn Rearm.
Message one, of hundreds to be delivered by hundreds of elfs, dwarves and humans messengers.
The Great Gathering made once in 1000 years is about to take place in Exzdourn and all Light Forces must be notified.
It took about an hour and a half for drawing this landscape aceo.

 3.  The third and bigger framed art is titled 'A table where a story begins'.  

The art shows a stop frame of the view a writer observes in a moment when he feels excited while he is going back to his table to continue his story writing. What he observes is inspiring the writer ever further his imagination. The story he started last week was inspired by the very place the writer is observing at the moment of the view. That table next to the window, the corner of his cottage house, had a story to tell to him, and the writer suddenly got to this moment of now- the very same frame that this ACEO drawing observes.

 I can ship it with regulasr post, shipping from Bulgaria
I will pack carefully the art set with ecofriendly linen fabric and twine cords. Each framed art piece will be packed separately with fabric and twine.
I will put them all in a small wooden box and I will include a Certificate of Authenticity for your very first of its kind mini Artwork collection.
Thank you all for supporting me in the last 8 years! There were so good times back then! I wish you all to stay with high vibes and follow the Stars in your hearts! 

The shipping packaging is made with extra protection of bubble postal envelope, reclaimed soft materials and cardboxes. We reclaim packaging materials from technology products unboxed from different local shops.

We will donate a sum from your purchase to plant one tree with the Bulgarian Foundation 77. We will leave a monthly report for the donated money of a given Month in our blog section in the website.

Thank you for visiting our handmade shop!

Hristo Hvoynev