Thursday, February 26, 2009

The Favorite Miniatures of Teresa Martínez

As you might know, I have been having a conversation with artist Teresa Martínez about her miniatures. I had requested to see a few of her favorite minis, and she sent me these two wonderful photos. These are two of the five miniatures that got her recognition as an IGMA Artisan.

The first is a fruit basket, and perhaps my very very favorite mini ever created by Teresa. Those of you who have been reading this blog for a while now, are surely aware of my love of grapes, and these are possibly the most luscious looking grapes I have beheld in minis.

The second photo below is a Spanish specialty: Jamón ibérico, or Iberian ham. It is a type of cured ham produced only in Spain.

To view more minis by Teresa Martínez, visit:

Teresa hasn't had the chance to upload these photos on her blog or website yet, but has graciously shared them with us on The Mini Food Blog. I am very honored by her gesture, and proud to show off these wonderful minis for the first time on the web.

Love, Sumaiya


The Carolina Quilter said...

Perfect grapes indeed. Beautiful work--thank you for sharing. Interesting ham as well.


Linda Carswell said...

Teresa, I LOVE your fruit, so real, just BEAUTIFUL!!!!

Cindy Lietz, Polymer Clay Tutor said...

Those are the most amazing faux grapes I have ever seen! Absolutely incredible!