Please lift teepee…

Best lil teepee in whole world

I just love dioramas. And I really love dioramas made by one person in their own vision.

Kudos, G!

I remember being spellbound as a kid each time I was taken to the museum at MSU as I examined the detail in their dioramas. I particularly remember one of the square in the Aztec version of downtown Mexico City (that is, Tenochtitlán) and of a small family of deer in a tropical forest somewhere that had leaf-cutter ants traipsing along the spine of a tree’s buttress-root. In fact, when I encountered leaf-cutter ants in the wild, maybe for the first time—and it was many years later—I watched and watched.

A diorama had come to life!


  1. kayak woman says:

    I always loved the northwoods dioramas in the dank, dark Underground Forest museum on old US 27, north of Grayling.

  2. Maureen Meyers says:

    G is/was quite excited to see her artwork so displayed! A bit dumbstruck at first, actually!