Open one of Remington Robinson’s Altoids boxes and you’ll discover a museum destined for a miniature masterpiece. For several years, the Colorado artist has been making tiny paintings of exterior and interior settings. outside and using empty mint boxes to store and display them.
Each of the wooden micro-panels is velcroed onto the lid of the silver container, which Robinson uses to transport his art supplies to each unique destination. Once at the desired paint location, he opens the box and uses the lower tray to mix his color palette. For this reason, he is able to create works of art in a variety of interesting places, from airport terminals to leafy gardens to cozy cafes.
Although his paintings are done on a small scale, Robinson does not sacrifice quality. He manages to produce lifelike depictions of plants, mountains, architecture, and more, through meticulous brushstrokes and modeling. Buyers of his paintings receive the entire Altoids box with the wood panel still attached to the lid and the matching color palette dried on the canister underneath.
You can buy Robinson’s miniature masterpieces through his online store and keep up to date with his latest creations by following the artist on Instagram.
Colorado Artist Remington Robinson Paints Miniature Masterpieces in Oil outside.
The exquisite pieces are kept in tiny mint boxes, where Robinson’s palette is also located.
Although his paintings are done on a small scale, Robinson does not sacrifice quality.
He manages to produce lifelike depictions of plants, mountains, and architecture through meticulous brushstrokes and modeling.
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