Jill Orlov is classically trained architect and innovative miniaturist working in metal. In her new solo show, “Those Were The Days,” she reimagines pop icon television studio sets in one-inch scale. The show runs through the end of July in the Gallery at D. Thomas Fine Miniatures in Hastings-On-Hudson NY.
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“Brady Bunch Stair in a Box” inspired by The Brady Bunch (1969-1974)
Ms. Orlov works in 1/12th scale (one inch = one foot)
Mom always said, “Don’t play ball in the house!”
“Brady Bunch Stair in a Box” 17-1/4″ wide x 7-1/2″ deep x 15-3/4″ tall
Memba this happy seating area? One can almost hear: “Stifle it Edith!”
“Archie & Edith’s Living Room” inspired by “All in the Family” (1971-1979)
Ms. Orlov’s work is presented using vintage desk drawers.
…and who can forget this famous kitchen?
“Julia Child’s Kitchen in a Box” 20-1/4″ wide x 10-1/4″ deep x 12-5/8″ tall
Virtually everything is welded using various metals.
Jill Orlov in her studio.
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