AMAZING WORLD OFMICRO SCULPTURES

SIZE OF A SPEC OF DUST

Micro-Sculptures traveling exhibition

LIMITED ENGAGEMENTS!

See the AMAZING collection of Wigan’s Micro Miniatures!

SIZE OF A SPEC OF DUST

These sculptures are so small that they fit in the eye of a needle or on the head of a pin. To see these creations, you’ll look through a microscope that can zoom in at least 400 times.

SHOW DETAILS

  • Up to 1,200 square feet of exhibits
  • Interactive
  • Can be modified to fit most spaces
  • Ideal for Art Museums, Children’s Museums, Malls, and Science Centers
  • The show is available from a minimum of three months to extended periods
  • Travel and set up are very efficient


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WHO ISWILLARD WIGAN?

MEET THE MICRO-SCULPTOR

Willard Wigan of Birmingham, England is a sculptor, but not just any old sculptor. His creations are the size of an eyelash— so small that they fit in the eye of a needle or on the head of a pin. When sculpting, he enters into a meditative state to work BETWEEN his heartbeats!

To keep steady, he works between heartbeats!

Microscopic paintbrushes aren’t a popular item in art supply stores. Willard has to be inventive and construct his own tools and mediums. The ropes and strings you see in his work are made from spider webs. His paintbrush is plucked from his own hair.

The whole process of sculpting and painting can take 6 weeks to 3 months of working through the lens of a microscope.

You have a unique opportunity to examine these rare and valuable micro-sculptures UP CLOSE. Believe it or not, this exhibit is available for leasing. Book this show to experience this fascinating and interactive exhibit.

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