Bozena Wojtaszek – Flight

Happy landing

My first and only idea for Flight was – birds! The challenge was how to connect them with a kitchen. So all I had to do was to give them a reason to come to the kitchen. That was easy – big bowl of seeds did the job. So here is another kitchen portrait with unexpected visitors.

Detail views:

  1. Maryte Collard

    I am always intrigued waiting to see what is happening in the kitchen! I love it!

  2. What a nice visitors in your kitchen. I think it is amazing that you realize each theme to connect it to the kitchen. I also like the design and details in your kitchen an am looking forward to the next one. Well done!

  3. Each time I am waiting to see how you will interprete the theme keeping your own theme !
    Bravo up to now it worked beautifully ! Very good wormanship.

  4. Insects in the kitchen are something I can relate to, especially in summer. You have done a marvelous job of packing a lot of detail into a relatively small piece without making it seem over crowded. The little stitched details add wonderful visual interest.

  5. I love your kitchen series and the idea of adding birds gathering seeds is great. The colours and details really evoke a feeling of a cosy kitchen and are beautifully worked. Well done

  6. A great addition to your series of kitchens, I love the way that the birds and flying in for the seed. Great stitch detail as well.

  7. studiociboulette

    I love your kitchen series. the window gives the sensation of flight from the beginning. Beautiful.

  8. Cute idea. I like how you keep working the quilts into the kitchen theme. Nice job!

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