Category Archives: Videos

TMTM Presents: Connie Sauve Renovated and Restyled Miniatures

Meet miniature artist Connie Sauve and learn about the inspiration behind her work and her use of unusual containers.

Filmed at The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures in Tucson, Arizona in April, 2012 during an exhibit of Ms. Sauve’s work.

TMTM Production Unit:Produced by Walter Arnell, Videography by Desert Penguin Media, Edited by Peter Tesluk

 

 

TMTM Presents: The All-American Miniature House

This video, created by The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures in Tucson, Arizona, explores the big role that the little Bliss House played in the evolution of dollhouses from status symbols of the wealthy elite to accessible playthings that became the cherished toys of children all over the world.

TMTM Production Unit:
Produced by Walter Arnell, Directed by TMTM Executive Director Nina Daldrup, Narrated by TMTM Facility Manager Jay Ferrell, Edited by Peter Tesluk

 

TMTM Presents: Rooted in Creativity

Meet miniature artist Era Pearce, who specializes in miniature landscapes as interviewed at The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures in Tucson, Arizona in April 2012.

TMTM Production Unit
Produced by Walter Arnell, Directed by TMTM Associate Director and Director of Education, Lisa Hastreiter-Lamb, Videography by Desert Penguin Media, Edited by Peter Tesluk

 

TMTM Presents: Murder at the Brownstone

In 1942 a murder took place at the brownstones on Dayvewood Avenue. The case was mysteriously closed before the murderer was identified. This crime still remains unsolved. Based on the fictional story by The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures founder, Patricia C. Arnell.

TMTM Production Unit:
Produced by Walter Arnell, Directed by TMTM Director of Marketing, Gentry Spronken, Videography by Desert Penguin Media, Edited by Peter Tesluk.

 

TMTM Presents: The Collectors

Meet renowned miniature artist, Madelyn Cook, as she talks about her miniature work of art, The Collectors, as filmed at the event, Lagniappe- An Evening with the Artist, at The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures in Tucson, Arizona on December 16, 2010.

TMTM Production Unit:
Produced and Directed by Walter Arnell, Videography by Ben Lopez, Editing by Peter Tesluk

 

TMTM Presents: Anthropomorphism in Miniatures

Anthropomorphism, or the concept of animals with human traits, or even inanimate objects having human characteristics, is a common theme in the world of miniatures. Take a look at how anthropomorphized miniatures have been portrayed in the realm of fables and mythology throughout human history, and enjoy some of our many wonderful modern examples here at The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures in Tucson, Arizona.

TMTM Production Unit
Produced by Walter Arnell, Directed by TMTM Museum Services Manager Emily Wolverton, Editing by Peter Tesluk.

 

TMTM Presents: Brooke Tucker

A Wonderful World of Art: The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures presents exclusive interview footage with renowned miniature artist, Brooke Tucker, known for her exquisite interior design in miniature.

TMTM Production Unit:
Produced by Walter Arnell, Directed by Mini Time Machine Museum Executive Director, Nina Daldrup, Videography by Walter Arnell, Editing by Peter Tesluk.

 

TMTM Presents: Face to Face

Recreating a life-like figure in a smaller scale is no easy task. Miniature artists must conduct thorough research to accurately portray the figures they create. Meet artist George Stuart, whose work was featured at The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures in Tucson, Arizona and hear about his process. Fourteen of Mr. Stuart’s Historical Figures were on exhibit in the temporary Centennial exhibit, Shaping Arizona Statehood: The George Stuart Historical Figures of the Movement West, at The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures from January 27, 2012 through April 15, 2012.

Filmed at The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures in Tucson, AZ

TMTM Production Unit
Produced by Walter Arnell, Directed by TMTM Associate Director and Director of Education, Lisa Hastreiter-Lamb, Videography by Desert Penguin Media, Editing by Peter Tesluk.