Mar 7, 2011

Still life in 3D

Tomorrow is a big day of my miniature life. There is a very famous store in Hungary for artists, artisans and amateurs. A few weeks ago they sent me an email about a potential interview with me. Of course I said yes (YES!). This interview will be tomorrow and it will be a very important occasion for me. This would make the miniature world known in Hungary, and through my works! This is a very big honour and responsibility, too. I prepared with a special scene, my old idea, a three-dimensional still life in 1:12 scale. I think this scene would be a good work to make Hungarians interested in this hobby or art.







This miniature scene will be my first item in my new shop on Meska. Meska is the hungarian version of Etsy. Maybe it would lie untouched on the shop for mounths or never be sold, but I have to try!

31 comments:

Flor said...

¡Mucha suerte en la cita!!!
Aunque seguramente te va a ir muy bien!! Por que trabajas hermoso y todo es realmente precioso!!
Un abrazo
Flor

Margriet said...

Your stil-life is really beautiful!!!! Good luck with the interview tomorrow!

Kikka said...

Congratulations! Good Luck for tomorrow!
Stil-life is gorgeous!

Les Miniatures de Béatrice said...

Your still life is really well done ! Good luck for tomorrow

Clody said...

I'm happy for you!
Congratulations and and good luck!!!
Claudia
www.clodycreazioni.blogspot.com

JRB CREATIONS said...

Congratulations on your interview! Your still life is beautiful and so well done!

*Jeannette

cockerina said...

Bozse dear, you know I'm your biggest fan, now also customers of Etsy ... I know with certainty that when Hungary will see your work, you'll surely the most famous miniaturist in the country.
and you deserve it, because you're a great artist!
I hope all is well, and many sales.
but I know this is not that important to you.
the important thing is that you will be the flag of the thumbnails in your country!
I hope, therefore, very honored and very lucky!
a big hug, Caterina

rosanna said...

YES YES YES. Bozse you are so good at your work that they will fell in love with it. Your minis are fabulous, the still life you have done is amazing. Good luck for the inteview but you don't need it. Rosanna

Snowfern said...

!!! CONGRATULATIONS!!!! your work is wonderful, thoroughly deserved ^ ^

miniacollection said...

Congratulations and good luck!
The scene you prepared is beautiful.
Geneviève

anna said...

Congratulations on your beautiful work and every sucess for the interview!Greetings

Janice said...

Your work is so beautiful. Good luck not only with the interview but also your new shop.

Anonymous said...

Delighted for you! Congratulations. Your work is superb. You definitely have a gift for color, style and balance. Mini hugs.

Norma said...

Congratulations! Well deserved recognition. And of course this work, like all of your creations, is wonderful beyond words.

1 Oak Arts said...

This is one of the most lovely displays I've seen ~ it is extraordinary work.

GOOD LUCK to you in the interview!

Let us know how it goes.

Regards,
Pamela ~

Daydreamer said...

Good Luck, Bozse! Your work is exquisite! You deserve this recognition! Your display is very beautiful..... a still life that looks so real I could eat that bread!

WeeLittleWest / Kathy Olaf-Obrenski said...

Good luck how did it go?

ines paiva raposo said...

Muitos parabéns! Boa sorte para amanhã, vai correr tudo bem tenho a certeza, vai ser um sucesso. Beijinho

www.liliputthings.blogspot.com

Patty said...

Bozse!!! I am so HAPPY to hear your news!! It is so deserved! You are such an incredible artist and people will be amazed at your wonderful art!! I love your still life! It looks very realistic!!! I look forward to hearing about your exciting day!!

by Sonya said...

My best Compliments!
Your mini scene looks really!Like a paint!
Fantastic!
Love
Sonya

Flora said...

If this beautiful, beautiful 3D still life remains unsold, it's only because of the unfavorable contingency!
But the opportunity to show the world all your talent is truly missed and you have exploited to the fullest.
You're a Hungarian fairy and I'm glad there is you :-)
Today I think of you...
Mini lovely hugs, Flora

Ana Anselmo said...

Your blog is lovely, and I love your miniatures!!!!!!

Piikko said...

Congratulations for your interview!
Lovely scene♥

La Belle Cuisine by...Marina said...

This is a beautiful scene, I love it, it reminds me antique paints!
Congratulations, your work is very goooood.
Marina

Monica said...

Without a doubt in my mind, I can assure you that when your new audience sees your work they will be both amazed and delighted, especially if they've never been introduced to the world of miniatures ... why, even the most skilled of miniature artisans are charmed by your creations!

My Realitty said...

Congratulations! Your work is beautiful! CM

Josje said...

How wonderful! Your work is excellent and they couldn't have chosen a better person to introduce miniatures to the Hungarians. The scene you have made is gorgeous.

Lene said...

Congratulations! I'm sure everyone will love your work. You're doing an amazing job.

Mari@ said...

Amazing work! I love all details of your scene. :o)

Vivianne said...

I have been visiting your site every day since I discovered your shop on Etsy. Your creations are exquisite! At first I thought they were real food.

I look forward to new pictures you'll post. :)

rose cat cottage said...

How the interview was??? But I am pretty sure they could just recognize your huge talent and every time I am visiting your blog it is a great pleasure for all the details and so minis...(better for the diet believe me...LOL) I am crossing the fingers for you, Doei, Claude