Award winning carved wooden birds, and exceptional model ships and airplanes.
Founder of O.S. Engines—model airplane engine innovator.
World famous engraver and engraving tool maker with a bold style. Winner of the Joe Martin Foundation Craftsman of the Year Award for 2014.
An assortment of wooden vehicles from motorcycles to trains made from fine hardwoods.
Miniature model engineering, art, or jewelry—you decide. Winner of the Joe Martin Foundation Lifetime Achievement Award for 2009.
Tatjana van Vark
Building scientific instruments from the past, along with other technical projects.
Making a scratch-built, fully functional 1/12 scale model P&H 1015 crawler crane.
A lifetime of building scale model firefighting apparatus.
Masterful miniature steam engines, machine tools, and other model engineering projects. Winner of the Joe Martin Foundation Craftsman of the Year Award for 1999.
A professional modeler builds scale dirt track and sprint cars for fun.
William “Bill” Gould
An industrial archaeologist known for crafting both real and virtual models.
William “Bill” Likens Brown IV
Brown Junior Motors. Builder of the first practical model aircraft gas engines.
William “Scotty” Hewitt
Miniature race cars and steam engines from an actual race car driver.
Fanciful mechanical art that pays tribute to old steam engines.
William R. Robertson
Museum quality, historically correct scale miniatures in metal and wood. Winner of the Joe Martin Foundation Craftsman of the Year Award for 2015.
William R. Smith
Award-winning clocks and instructions on how to build them. Winner of the Joe Martin Foundation Craftsman of the Year Award for 2000.
An entire fleet of 307 US Naval ship models at 1/600 scale.
An impressive collection of miniature firearms from China.
Young C. Park
Aluminum model Corsair and Mustang aircraft with detail like you’ve never seen. Winner of the Joe Martin Foundation Craftsman of the Year Award for 2002.