Apr 29, 2011

Still life with breads

There will be a new exhibition of my miniatures on 14th May. Since I succesfully sold the most part of the minis of the previous occasion, now I have to work hard to collect some new ones to show. I fell in love with the still life scenes. Here is a new one with breads and baking ingredients. Now I used both black and white background. The black is not black enough, next time I will use some other material.
My favorite things are the scale and the poppy-heads.





I think it's time to make a photo-box. But since I have only a relative cheap camera there is no way I can take better photos.
After the exhibition this scene will be available in my Etsy shop.

14 comments:

Garden of Miniatures said...

Unbelievable that it is a miniature! Your work is really awesome!!!Jeannette

Iris said...

Amazing miniature work!

Hanna said...

Amazing is all I can say! The bread is so realistic! And I also love the scale!

by Sonya said...

It looks great and the photos are little ut beautiful!
Best Compliments!
Sonya

Janice said...

Lovely work as usual. Good luck with your next show. I am sure you will be a sell out.

Cheryl said...

Its georgeous.

Michelle said...

Just sooooo realistic looking as always and I love the attention to detail - perfect in everyway!

Michelle xx

Leslie said...

I have been looking forward to a new post on your blog. This one is beautiful! I also love the scale and poppy heads but the whole scene together is very lovely. I have a question. I am curious to know how many hours something like this takes you to create?

Bözse said...

Thanks a lot! Leslie, I don't know how many hours I spent making this scene, I didn't counted. I know it was ready after three days. I usually work morningly (my daughters aren't at home) and in the evenings (they are in bed). And many many hours searching the net after inspiration!

Mona said...

Beautiful work!
Mona

Petite-Pantry said...

your work is beautiful so much detail in every piece, the scales are fab where did you get them from ?

Bözse said...

Thanks! The scales are my own work as all the pieces in this scene. I found some photos about old scales on the internet and I tried to copy them.

Kiym said...

The scale is super good, is it made from polymer clay too??

elly in amsterdam said...

You really don't need another box or something; your pics (and miniatures !) are great !
Cheers,
Elly (Amsterdam)