2012/06/29

Kitchen waste? No!! :)

I was stressed before leaving for Paris; no matter how much efforts I tried, I always thought that my stand did not look right. At that moment, I was not willing to take pictures of each individual piece.

J'étais stressé avant d’aller à Paris; malgré les efforts que j'ai essayés de faire, j'ai toujours été insatisfaite de mon stand. À ce moment-là, je n'étais pas envie de prendre quelques photos de chaque pièce.







After three-day rest, I took out the rest works from the luggage and took some pictures of them. Though they were not totally sold out in the show, they are still lovely in my eyes. :)
Après trois jours de repos, je prends les pièces qui sont restés dans les bagages et j’ai pris quelques photos d'eux. Bien qu'ils n’aient pas été totalement vendus dans le salon, ils sont encore mignons à mes yeux. :)




19 comments:

cristina diego said...

Pas seulment mignon, ils sont autentique chef d'oeuvre. J'aime bien tous vos petites sculptures

Catherine said...

Oops! it seems I missed your last post about your table at SIMP. I knew you would be a huge success. Your work is just beautiful. I LOVE all your beautful veggies!

Sandien said...

I really adore your miniatures! And these look so good and realistic! But I have one question: How do you get them not to break? I mean, those carrots look really fragile.. If I were to make those, they'd definitly break..

Carla said...

I love your work!!!!!! You make some wonderful miniatures

Susanna said...

Oh how I wish I could have visited... one of these years I'll make it to the Paris SIMP.
You're food looks good enough to eat :D

mcddiss said...

son unas piezas magnificas y un trabajo esutpendo

Besitos

Mari

Oiseau deNim said...

Cristina, Vous êtes vraiment très gentille !! Merci :D

A huge hug for you Catherine!

Sandien, the backed polymer clay is like plastic; it’s flexible and normally it’s not that fragile. One tip for you is the conditioning. When we well mix the clay, no matter before or after it’s backed, the clay must be in good condition.

Thanks so much Carla, Susanna and Mari!! :D

CWPoppets said...

Your food looks delicious. Every single one ... :-)
Christine

Mags Cassidy said...

'Stressed' about your work .... I cannot understand that you would feel that way, everything that you make is wonderful.... x

luisa said...

your works are incredible..... so really, so tiny, so fantastic!!!!!
Luisa

Muriellisa said...

Merci Peiwen d'avoir mis des photos en gros plan de tes petits chefs d'oeuvres. Comme cela, nous pouvons les admirer autant que l'on veut.
A bientôt.
Muriel

Fabiola said...

J'aime vos chefs-d'œuvre.
Faby

Maria Ireland said...

Wow your work is amazing. All your food looks so real. Wow your meat looks ready to be eaten.
Hugs Maria

Ascension said...

Son unas preciosas piezas, realmente geniales.
besitos ascension

Janice said...

As you know I am a great fan of your work it is simply wonderful and I am sure your stand was amazing to behold.
The spiky cauliflowers are like little works of art.

sognatriceabordo said...

I'm impressed! Your creations are amazing.

Heather said...

New follower here! Found you through MitchyMoo's site, those tiny mugs you shipped to here are just priceless!!!!

Heather
http://majokkoshop.blogspot.com

Ilona said...

No, no, no, I won't dare to eat your food: I don't want to go to the dentist :D!! I see all these artworks and do not think at eating, no, it is for admiring. I only can look open mouthed at these miniatures ;)
Thanks for sharing these beautiful pictures of your works, Peiwen.
Amicalement, Ilona

majelo said...

Es impresionante el realismo de las piezas que haces. Felicidades por tu trabajo, lastima que al no tener traductor en tu página no entienda lo que dices, pero las fotos son magnificas.

Saludos. Mª Jesús

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