Bozena Wojtaszek – P

P is for Plums

For the letters theme this year I decided to go with illuminated initials for food products. This is a perfect combination of my love for medieval art and food art. And P is for plums.

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  1. A beautifully illustrated ‘P’. I love the plums and the way you have managed the sheen on them. Lovely.

  2. A very good choice of colours in the true tradition of the medieval manuscripts. I like the unity between your pieces.

  3. joanbrailsford

    A lovely illustrated letter and I like the idea of including plums as part of the illustration, Well done

  4. Your piece really radiates a medieval feeling. I love composition and colours. Beautiful!

  5. Beautiful! I love the theme for your series and this is a brilliant example. The choice of fabric for the letter P is great and your stitched details are just right.

  6. English quilter

    This piece has achieved your goal of looking like a page from an illuminated manuscript. The colour scheme is strong and the letter and the plums stand out. The bold embroidery in strongly contrasting thread has worked well in this piece, and shows off the quality of your handwork.

  7. Very nice. Love the colors you used and the composition you made. The plumbs are well chosen, the blue colors very true. Particularly love your hand stitching in this piece.

  8. This is a beautifully done illustrated letter. The hand embroidery, especially the french knots, are the perfect embellishment.

  9. The fabrics you have chosen work very well. I love the details like the embroidery and the little beads.

  10. Maryte Collard

    It sure looks like a letter from the manuscript. I wish I could touch it with tips of my fingers and feel the texture.

  11. studiociboulette

    I love the way you illuminated this letter. The plums look delicious… The colors and the details of embroidery and beads are beautiful. Bravo!

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