Bozena Wojtaszek – Country – Landscape

Now, that was a real challenge – how to depict landscape of France? The country where you can spot so many different landscapes. Mountains, sea, valleys and flat lands. Not to mention well known cities or castles. After much of deliberation I went for an abstract landscape with an element easily connected with France – vineyards. So here come the rows of green vineyards you can spot in every part of this beautiful country.

As for the technique, this time it is all machine stitching and quilting.

  1. carolinehiggs

    Great way to depict the vineyards and one could say a touch of lavender in the foreground under the vine leaves. Lovely work.

  2. Good use of perspective and lovely colours.

  3. its remined me the place here I live. Lovely work.

  4. studiociboulette

    Beautiful landscape. I love the colors. Bravo.

  5. Maryte Collard

    I waited to see how you would connect landscape to the kitchen. I see grape leaves in a foreground and I imagine the purple fabric represent grapes, right? Bravo!

  6. Great perspective in this lovely work and very effective use of colour. Anybody will understand that the subject is a landscape of vineyards. Bravo!

  7. Very nice composition and perspective. Love the colours.

  8. Your color choices and quilting create depth in your landscape and the raw edges give movement and texture to your vineyards. Lovely composition!

  9. Well done, who could ask for more? The composition is quite creative and the vines are beautifully depicted.

  10. joanbrailsford

    A lovely choice of colours and design to depict your vineyards. The stitching gives a sense of depth and prespective. Well done

  11. Definitely vineyards. Lovely perspective and colours. I like the foreground detail of leaves and impressions of grape.

  12. Yes, thinking of France is thinking of vineyards. Good composition. The leaves on the foreground are a great finishing touch.

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