Tag Archives: Mini Makes

Classical Sculpture, Meet “Calder”

Posted on March 17, 2021
The latest offerings from the Woodson Art Museum’s Wee Build Workshop feature academic architecture, Roman friezes, and an homage to the master of the mobile, Alexander Calder.

Micro Modernism under the Magnifying Glass

Posted on January 27, 2021
For my premiere post as the Woodson Wanderings’ occasional “art critic,” let’s take a closer look at another first – the Wee Build Workshop’s inaugural exhibition – Micro Modernism, a modest presentation of miniscule proportion.

A Behind-the-Scenes Take

Posted on January 20, 2021
Sometimes the “behind-the-scenes” action of films can be more interesting than the films themselves.