The eyes AND ears of the Piccadilly household?
‘Of all romances in miniature – perhaps this is the best shape in which romance can appear’ ~ Lord Byron
Yes, Ladies and Gentlemen, Christmas Eve has FINALLY arrived at 13 Piccadilly Terrace in the year 1815!
As an artist AND passionate devotee of Regency History who loves to create a scene and not only of the hysterical kind – it is perhaps only to be expected that I would create a Regency inspired miniature!
Inspired by the life of this fabulous poet – The Ghost of Piccadilly is the story of a 12th scale historical house which has enjoyed world wide recognition.
And a story FAR from over!
Although I love what I do and cannot imagine myself doing anything other than this – I know that in this crazy world of mine that it’s impossible to survive on fresh air with only a diet of hope and the occasional box of donated teabags.
And even though I may never own a fabulous house in Miami Beach or travel back in time to take tea with Jane Austen or shop at dusk in a hamlet populated by crones and goblins or enjoy a delicious supper with a talkative hedgehog – I can still have wish fulfillment in 12th scale…
Listen! Can you hear that crashing sound? Yes, that’s the sound of yet another New Year’s Resolution demolished!