Tiina Allik is a retired professor of religious studies and psychotherapist. She moved to State College to be with her husband Scott Camazine, a retired entomology professor and medical doctor. She and Scott have been making art since they met in 2007.
The miniature watercolors in the gallery were painted and framed by Tiina. The sculptures are 3D models created by Scott with digital modeling software, printed by Shapeways, a major 3D printing company in NYC, and arranged on stands by Tiina. Scott and Tiina also turn wood. Some of the sculptures are miniature wood turnings.