The Ducallier Studios
Here are a collection of the Works-Master's miniatures made over the years and finally released to the public through private acquisitions world-wide.
The Works-Master uses a single strand of badger fur attached to a dowel the size of a pencil, marked with a colour that this "brush" will be used with.
The process is arduous, using a systolic painting technique that involves placing the brush stroke between heart beats by putting the thumb of one hand on the pulse at the wrist of the other, and then rythemically working to the beating of the heart.
This is the most stable point to put the paint onto the artwork.
There are fewer that 40 master miniaturist world-wide, that can successfully use this technique.
What you see here is years of patience, and now these miniatures are with collectors world-wide.
Father and Son
Mother and Child
Safely in Her Arms
In Jerusalem, Israel
In Durban, South Africa
In Melbourne, Australia
In Auckland, New Zealand
Mother in Blue
In Quito, Equador
In Montevideo, Uruguay
Exploring the Mystery of the Matrix
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