May 6, 2011

Wash-day

This time I made not any food. This washing scene is for the exhibition, too. I placed the wash tub and the other washing tools into my old scene, the country porch. As you can see there is full sunshine here, so the clothes will be dry in a moment.






12 comments:

cockerina said...

Bozse dear, yet an amazing job! I like the detail of mildew on the tub! good again :)))
Caterina

Maria Ireland said...

Hi i have just found your blog .Its beautiful.I love your little scene its wonderful details. :)

Nicole said...

Your little scene is so beautiful and adorable, Bözse!!! Love all the realistic details like the water with clothes in the tub :-)

Monica said...

I keep coming for visits as often as I can to see what new little wonder you've come up with ... and each time I remain thoroughly enchanted and inspired. Your work is without compare. Please link to my blog and see the little Hungarian treasures I posted for Easter.

Leslie said...

Your miniature woodworking skills are excellent. I look forward to seeing more pictures of your miniature artwork. Thanks for sharing your talent with us!

Anonymous said...

Wow! How did you learn to make all these things? Could you recommend some books?

Wanda said...

I really like the realism in your settings. It doesn't look like a miniature at all, and that is the ultimate compliment!! Great work!

Petite-Pantry said...

love this setting i can tell lots of care and attention goes in to your work can`t wait to see more !

rose cat cottage said...

I LOvwe your scene it is like everything you are doing and showing us it is great and that reminds me the stories from my grand mother about the big day or washing for the all month LOL Thanks to bring the past back! Doei, Claude

Susi said...

Fantastico, como todos tus trabajos, no sabia que hicieras madera tambien, ademas de forma magnifica.
Un beso y enhorabuena.
susi

Katrina said...

Great!!! Your washing scene looks so real. When I was child clothes washed like that.
Hugs Kati

Norma said...

This is wonderful Bozse, several of my female ancestors made their living as washerwomen after their husbands died so I always have a special attraction to old washing equipment.

Please excuse me for not commenting so much over here recently, I have been watching what you've been doing :)