I love all things small. The Crooked Little House is small; I drive a small car, and I work small. Whenever I see a lovely small frame I like I bring it home. Some of mine are quite old and ornate, just perfect to hold a wee bird portrait.
I spent yesterday outfitting some of my miniature frames with my plein air cloud paintings from years past. These will eventually host wrens, cardinals, bluebirds, finches, and others within their borders.
Working in miniature is quite enjoyable for me. But it's hard to convince the public that they are every bit as "worthy" of a decent price tag. Lots of people feel the price should go along with the size. Truth be told, it's much harder, at least for me, to work in miniature. But I'm doing them anyways because I think they will be charming tucked into the corner of a kitchen or powder room, bedroom or dining room.