Kim Burke's Food Miniatures

Artist Kim Burke makes tiny food miniatures from polymer clay:

From a very young age, I've been enthralled by miniatures and was delighted at how wonderfully addicting it is to make them. It's truly remarkable when the delectable textures of food can be reflected on such a tiny scale.

I strive to make each miniature of the highest quality possible with the most realistic details. My inspiration largely comes from scouring cook books and local pastry shops for ideas. Desserts and gourmet food are my favorite to create but I'm open to any challenge to take on!

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I have a teeny sushi plate, the size of a quarter, complete with wasabi and pickled ginger, that I made with PC. I was very proud of it. :) Miniature food in PC is so addictive. I've also made a salad and a ham hock. But I have to say that fig just blows me away.
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As a polymer clay artist, I LOVE seeing people do amazing things with this medium. There is actually a whole sub-culture of super-talented PC artists who make food miniatures. Do a google image search for it -you'll be blown away! Thanks for posting this. I love this blog - you do such a great job.
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