Monday, December 28, 2009

Kiva's incredible miniatures

Hello Everyone!*grin*
I hope you had a wonderful Christmas and are enjoying the holidays as much as I am!
I want to share with you the work of a fantastic artisan, Kiva.
She is an IGMA Fellow artisan that makes miniature food. Her work is quite unusual in which in my opinion, very interesting and unique. When I look the variety of food that Kiva has made, many times I can not tell if the minis are real or not. The one thing that I love so much about her work is the details. She is a master! Please click on the pictures to go to her blog. These pictures are just a small sample of kiva's delightful work!*smiles*


Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Oh my goodness...those eggs and the apples! It takes a special person my dearest, to work with such small articles! I love it all! I am so glad you came by to visit! You are an honor to have as a friend and sister! I hope your day is filled with wonder! I am on a quick break from writing my "abstract" for this thesis...Oh how I would rather be creating a fairytale!!!!! In due time....Bisous! Nita

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Bonjour! Just taking a break from my thesis....this is so NOT fun! I would rather be drawing or writing! I will be done if I work into the night. Bisous!

Rattus Scribus said...

Oh my goodness (as Anita said), there are some really talented people out there. Beautiful work. Thank you for sharing Kiva's incredible miniatures.


miniaturist59 said...

Thank you everyone!!! And thank you Patricia!!!! To be on your incredible blog, amongst YOUR amazing creations, makes me speechless :-D!!

Bonnie said...

Hi Patricia, oh, the pictures have made me hungry! They are incredible likenesses of the real thing. Kudos to Kiva!

Angelsdoor * Penny said...

Dear Patricia
Thank you so much for sharing photos of Kivas amazing miniatures! I am in awe.. Now you will excuse me while I go find something to snack on, like a piece of fruit. These are some of the most realistic pieces I have seen. BRAVO!

Patricia Cabrera said...

Thanks everyone!yes, Kiva's miniatures are just incredible. It amazes me the is in such small scale. Please make sure you visit her site because these are just a small exemplo of her extranordinary work!