Art In Miniature at The Link in Ginninderry. 7 July – 15 August


Our annual exhibition for 2021 took place at The Link, Strathnairn, in north Canberra from 7July to 15 August. It turned out to be a window in the middle of the Covid pandemic and we were able to stay open for all but two days at the end of the exhibition. It was a bright moment for all the artists involved and for the visitors who responded so warmly to the exhibition. The exhibition had members of our group at the exhibition each day, talking to the visitors and sometimes creating miniatures – the joys of working tiny made this possible.

The talented AIM hanging/installation team created a stunning display on the first wall as visitors entered the gallery. Each work appearing on our invitation was hung together. It drew so much attention. The gallery walls were then filled with over 100 miniatures from our 20 members, revealing a very wide range of mediums and subject matter. Watercolour, oil, acrylic, gouache, embroidery, graphite, ink and coloured pencil all hung like jewels.

The exhibition was opened by Gallery of Small Things, director Anne Masters, who gave a fabulous opening speech for us all. The opening was very well attended, and it felt almost surreal to be enjoying ourselves so much after lockdowns and restrictions. Food and wine flowed, and the atmosphere was wonderful.

Please enjoy some photos from this wonderful show.

Art in Miniature at Raglan Gallery Cooma, NSW.

The Art in Miniature group’s annual exhibition is now open at at Raglan Gallery, 9-11 Lambie Street, Cooma, NSW until 27 September. 95 miniature art works from the artists are hanging in the Tiller Gallery within the complex. A variety of mediums and delightful subjects are being exhibited.

6 AIM artists (3 morning, 3 afternoon) will be demonstrating the art of creating a miniature on Saturday 29 August between 11am and 3pm at Raglan Gallery

The gallery hours are Wednesday – Sunday 10.30am – 3.30pm.

2019 Art in Miniature Exhibition – Strathnairn, ACT.

Hanging a show of miniature art is a job of fine precision. The team curated and hung the exhibition beautifully. Here are some behind the scenes of installation day.

The Opening. The 2019 AIM exhibition was opened by Helen Musa, Art Editor of Canberra City News who gave an inspiring and very entertaining speech to the large crowd who attended the Saturday afternoon opening. Our annual exhibition represents many hundreds of creative hours by the members of AIM and is one of the highlights of Canberra’s art gallery exhibition calendar.


The 2019 Exhibition of AIM. Here is a collage of all our works and also a slide show.


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Miniatures at the ASOC Spring Exhibition

Congratulations to three members of AIM who won awards in the Miniature Art category at the Artist Society of Canberra 2019 Spring Exhibition and Awards. We are very proud of you all. This exhibition is being held at the Fitters Workshop in Kingston, ACT until 16 September. Open daily 10am – 5 pm. There is a beautiful display of miniatures at the exhibition..

Isla Patterson – 1st place for Mt Corree. Arlene Williams – 2nd place for “Girl” and “Boy” Flying High. Margaret Carr – Highly Commended for A Sunny Spot.

AIM artists shine bright

The Artists Society of Canberra recently held its Spring Exhibition in the historic Fitters Workshop on the foreshore of Kingston ACT. Over 300 works were on display in a variety of mediums. Miniature Art was one of the categories and 4 of our members received prizes in this category. Congratulations!!

  • 1st   Sandra House “Hold Scene”
  • 2nd Eva Henry        “Fern Pool WA”
  • 3rd  Isla Patterson  “Mt Franklin”
  • Highly Commended  Margaret Carr  “Camel”



Art in Miniature in Braidwood

A.I.M’s Annual Exhibition – “Art In Miniature 2018at Altenburg and Co Gallery Braidwood

A warm welcome to the opening of our annual exhibition.

Exhibition Dates – 06 October – 17th November 2018
Exhibition opens – Saturday 06 October 2018 at 2pm by Councillor Trudy Taylor from Queanbeyan Palerang Shire Council @ Altenburg and Co Gallery Braidwood. 104 Wallace Street, Braidwood. Gallery hours: Thursday – Monday 10am – 4pm.     Altenburg Facebook page.

Canberra Times article 4 October 2018 by Bree Winchester. Photos by Jamila Toderas