Featured Artist – Melody Lea Lamb

Original art and miniature paintings

Melody Lea Lamb

Weekend Image Post – Miniature Paintings

Melody Lamb followed me recently on twitter. Even if I want I generally don’t find time to visit every followers’s profile page. But Melody has listed me on twitter, and I generally enlist such tweeples in my gratitude list. So I visited her profile page, listed her, and at the same time learnt more about her. I have a soft corner for artists, writers, and creative people in general. After visiting her website and blog, I thought it would be appropriate to feature this talented miniature artist on my blog so that my readers could be introduced to her talent.

Melody lives in New England, United States along with her husband and two teenage kids. She is an artist, paints miniatures (ACEOs) of animals and fantasy, and illustrates children’s books (award winning illustrator).

Melody’s original art features miniature paintings and drawings that measure 3.5 inches by 2.5 inches (ACEOs) of whimsical animals, fantasy beings and woodland creatures. She works mainly in colored pencil, India ink and some white acrylic.
Here is a small biography of Melody written by someone so close, her sweet angel of a sister.

Brief Life-sketch of Melody Lea Lamb

Melody Lea Lamb

Is Melody an artist who can also talk to animals, or a lover of fur and paws who also draws like a dream? Her fans can’t tell where one gift ends and another begins. All they know is that the combination has led to some pretty interesting life circumstances, from teaching art in a chicken coop to composing watercolors on horseback. And that may also be why Melody’s renderings of fairies and forest vistas seem as alive as her portraits of horses and cats.

All creatures great or small, real or imaginary, inspire Melody’s brush.

Having done her time at art school and the gallery scene, with a successful series of commissions along the way, Melody now paints miniature masterpieces and illustrates childrens books in the Berkshire Mountains while tending to a menagerie that includes a horse, a husband, three cats, two teenage kids, and a dog, all of whom have modeled for her at one point or another. Melody’s newest work is available throughout the internet as Art Cards, Editions and Originals (ACEO).

Miniature Masterpieces – Art and Gifts

Mouse and Daisey

What is an ACEO?
ACEO is defined in an article written by Nino, eBay Staff Member
ACEOs (Art Cards, Editions and Originals) – A Flourishing Art Form Born on eBay

See an ACEO by Melody framed, click here.

ACEO iArt!
Pocket gallery for your iPhone

Moonlight Memoirs, a children’s book, written by Maggie Mei Lewis, and illustrated by Melody Lea Lamb, recently won a first place gold medal in the Spirituality category of the 2010 Next Generation Indie Book Awards.

Melody’s miniature art of animals, fantasy beings (like fairies and mermaids), and woodland creatures make the perfect little gift. Her work features small affordable art and miniature paintings (ACEOs). She works mainly in a combination of colored pencil, India ink, watercolor, and acrylic.

Melody’s art ranges in price from under five dollars for prints and bookmarks, to over three hundred dollars for the original miniatures. This makes her art available to collectors of every type and with every budget.

Miniature Masterpieces – Tiny Treasures


There are many outlets on the net where you can find her original miniature paintings, archival prints, and unique art gifts for sale online. Here is alist for your convenience:

Miniature Art Print by Melody Lea Lamb on her website Seven Virtual Galleries
Images are available as high quality Open Edition Giclee prints. All are 3.5 inches by 2.5 inches (ACEOs).

Melody Lea Lamb’s Original Miniature Animal Art at Etsy
Original art, high quality Giclee bookmarks, limited edition signed Giclee prints, and signed Giclee note cards.

Miniature Art Print by Melody Lea Lamb at eBay
Animals, Birds, Fantasy.

Miniature Art Gift Store
Gifts with beautiful reproductions of Melody’s miniature wildlife and fantasy paintings

Fine Art from Melody Lea Lamb at Bonanzle
ACEO storage hard wood jewelry box, framed ceramic art tile, fine art ceramic tile… more than 400 products

Fine Art from Melody Lea Lamb at Art Fire
Miniature paintings and drawings that measure 3.5 inches by 2.5 inches (ACEOs)

Fine Art from Melody Lea Lamb at Zazzle
Bunnies and Rabbits, Cats and Kittens, Cool Mugs, Cute Mice, Cute Postage Stamps, Fantasy Art…

Miniature Masterpieces – ACEOs and Affordable Small Art

Secret of Miniature Art
The secret about miniature art is the intense sense of intimacy that is experienced when you hold a piece in your hand. When a piece of art is so small that it can rest in the palm of your hand, you are being gently invited to bring it a little closer to your eyes. You bow your head a bit and bring your hand nearer to your face. This is a very intimate pose. At this moment, you have let the piece of art enter into a vulnerable personal area. You would never hold anything dangerous this close to your face. This is the way you would hold a butterfly or a small kitten; very gently and close. Miniature art is a gift, a treasure, a secret and special friend. ~ by Carol Rosinski

I am publishing here two more of her charming miniature paintings, the “Spring Bunny 2010” is her most recent.

Spring Bunny 2010

More Information about Melody Lea Lamb



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  1. I real happy to find this website on bing, just what I was looking for : D besides saved to fav.

  2. Hi Subrato,
    very nice pictures, my 3 years old kid liked the one with little mouse most 🙂

  3. some genuinely wonderful work on behalf of the owner of this internet site , utterly outstanding articles .

  4. Wow Subrato, what a wonderful, in depth and informative post about me!!! I am so very grateful and honored to be your featured artist. Thanks again!
    ~Melody Lea Lamb

    • Melody, you are welcome. I love to feature creative people like you. I hope my readers would be able to reach out to all your sites, and learn more about your miniature paintings which are so wonderful.

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