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Aug 2, 2015

This and that. To i tamto.

Again it's been more than month since my last post. Hope you don't mind my silence, at least I am trying to comment your posts regularly. ;)

Today's post is about various things, hopefully it will be interesting for you all.:) Or actually it is most about my last inspiration or "wows". :)

First as most of my blogging friends know I always admire Betsy's painting skills so when I saw these photos I thought she and all of you may like them. The first one shows a piece of ceiling of the teutonic order's castle in Malbork, Poland.

See even if it was a christian order they believed in unicorns and dragons. ;)
This photo is from the church in Lublin, Poland too. It reminded me about Betsy's saints in miniature. :)

My latest "wow" in miniature: Charles Matton works.

And here are a couple of photos of latest miniatures that were made by me and went to their new homes.

Nothing new really. ;)

Hope you will like this post and also hope to post something interesting soon. :)

Dziś post o tym i owym. A właściwie o moich ostatnich "ochach i achach". :) 

Na początek zachwyty trochę zainspirowane malarskimi zdolnościami Betsy: jednorożec na suficie w malborskim zamku i piękny sufit ze świętymi w jednym z kościołów w Lublinie.

Kolejne zdjęcia to prace Charles'a Matton'a - mój ostatni zachwyt miniaturowy. :)

A na koniec mebelki z mojej pracowni, które już pojechały do nowych domów.

Mam nadzieję, że taki post się Wam spodoba i mam również nadzieję niedługo pokazać coś ciekawego. ;)


Kikka N said...

Hi! Nice to have you back & blogging :)
Thank you for sharing these beautiful photos with all those amazing details.

BiWuBär said...

Thank you for these beautiful photos - the miniaturist's work is stunning, but the interior photos of the churches are breathtaking. Yes, it's almost impossible not to think of Betsy when looking at murals like these... and I agree, I wouldn't expect these motifs in a christian building either... but they are really beautiful. And speaking of beautiful - great to hear you had to made more of your wonderful pieces of furniture!


Daydreamer said...

Wow! WOW!!! Ewa, you Know I Love Love Love those painted ceilings!!! The unicorns one is so delicate and pretty, but the one with the Saints is Awesome!!! (And I am sure you know I visit more than once or twice to your post about the "Mariaki" church.... sorry I have probably spelled it wrong!) I will be studying this new picture closely because there are still empty spots on the Chapel Ceiling of my Castle Dollhouse... and I am always looking for the inspirations for more!
As for the creations of Charles Matton... I agree that they are stunning! So hard to believe they are not Real life size!
But I cannot forget the pieces you make either! Yes, I Love my little cradle... and someday the room for it and the "family" that own it will get made so I can display it properly! And every time I see your sewing tables I say to myself that I must get you to make me one too! Your work is beautiful... and you are getting more talented and skilled with everything you make!
(And I always look forward to seeing more of what you are making!!!)

Drora's minimundo said...

I'm awed! The paintings on the ceilings are breathtaking. Your photos are amazing in catching the colors and details. I hope one day to be able to see all this
in person.
Thank you also for sharing the art of Charles Matton. He really is a master miniaturist.
Your work is also worth a lot of Wows. I love the cradles, but most of all your sewing tables.
Hugs, Drora

Giac said...

Witaj Ewa,
Jakie piękne zdjęcia! Oni są po prostu oszałamiające. Uwielbiam nowe kawałki. Bardzo dobra robota.
Wielki uścisk,

Merja said...

Thank you for sharing the inspiring photos of the church. Your latest works are also very nice.

Plushpussycat said...

It's always great to hear from you, Ewa! Thanks for all of the amazing inspiration! Hope you're having a lovely summer. xo Jennifer