It’s truly said that, ‘Good things come in small packages.’ Tiny piece of art never fails to fascinate me. Brooke Rothshank is an artist who works on both miniature and full scale 2-dimensional media. She has been working on miniatures since 11 long years and takes nearly half an hour to four hours for every painting.
This artist creates tiny paintings using oils and acrylics. Since 2 years, Rothshank remained busy with her two kids but continued creating tiny pieces of art every day. Her hard work paid off so well that now she is planning for weekly commissioned piece of work for the entire year in 2017. Check out this amazing collection of 16 itty-bitty paintings of Rothshank.
1) A super cute kitty.
2) A sweet little violin
3) A cute fish bowl.
4) An itty-bitty baby elephant
5) A palm-sized goat.
6) A mini turtle.
7) A tiny donut
8) A candy-like gummy bear.
9) A miniscule pair of strawberries
10) This miniature water color.
11) This jello salad recipe
12) A mini camera.
13) This amazing sunglasses
14) Tiny meal of Quaker oats.
15) Mini-portrait of Diane Rheme of NPR
16) A small jug for thirsty ants.
Rothshank artwork is the result of her intense hard work and dedication. It’s a perfect example of work-life balance in real life. She advised, “I have a personal need to create. But as most parents know, it’s not always easy to balance parenting young children with work and hobbies. And often, our personal interests are the first things we set aside. Finding smaller ways to satisfy that need has been my solution. My advice is to make your passions a consistent priority. When you are parenting small children, devoting time to yourself each day simply for self-care can make a radical difference.”