Jessica Leigh Clark-Bojin Creates Paintings on Raspberry Pies - Extraordinary!

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Jessica Leigh Clark-Bojin Creates Paintings on Raspberry Pies - Extraordinary!

But whatever it's called Jessica continues to develop her creativity and is considered the one of most talented pie makers in the world

Having talent in the arts is an advantage for everyone. Besides being useful for oneself, having talent in the arts is also very useful for others especially for connoisseurs of art. Not all artists have the same taste in art. Who doesn't like pie? Circular cake with various types of stuffing can be enjoyed as a friend to drink tea or coffee. Pie can also be a fulfillment of the desires of those who want to eat dessert without the guilt. Therefore, artists from Vancouver, Canada, Jessica Leigh Clark-Bojin deliberately made pies for the sake of eating low-sugar desserts.

Who would have thought, pies that were originally considered normal were actually liked by many people, becoming hits. Jessica continued to develop her ability to make pies, Finally, her hard work produced extraordinary results. She showed off the unique pies through her Instagram account @thepieous .

In fact, Jessica shared how to make unique pies through a special website Pie Are Awesome . The first pie she made was a rather strange panda. However, over time she succeeded in making pies with unique and amazingly interesting characters.

Jessica is no longer working in the film industry. she prefers to develop her ability in terms of cooking. Now, a pie becomes a beautiful work of art seen. There are even who judge the art of painting from cakes. But whatever it's called Jessica continues to develop her creativity and is considered the one of most talented pie makers in the world.

Jessica's creations caught the attention of many netizens. Not only creating faces on the pie, but she also added 3D characters to the cake. Inspired by the Game of Thrones series, she decorated her pie with the character Joffrey. Although it looks a bit scary, this character can be eaten because it is made of chocolate dough. Bojin also made ‘faced’ pies Oprah Winfrey, famous host of the United States, Thor, Baby Yoda as well as her favorite characters from films and other television shows. Not only does the cake have a face, but Bojin also makes pies that can glow in the dark.

Creating art with pie is not as easy as decorating a cake with cream or icing. Pastry dough is formed before entering the grill. After the roasting process, the dough can change shape. Luckily she has a background in art and design so she can deal with unexpected things during the manufacturing process.

Source: (h/t. Bored Panda )

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Jessica Leigh Clark-Bojin, known as @thePieous on Instagram , creates "epic pie content" for film, TV, digital, and print. From live appearance demos, hosting, and judging to timelapse videos, blog posts, and photo features, her work captures viewers' attention and delights audiences across multiple demographics. She has appeared on the Food Network and TODAY show as a pie judge is widely recognized as the global authority on "Pie Art", and is responsible for the trending "Piescraper" movement. ( source )

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"I started baking pies for dietary reasons about 4 years ago. I had made a New Year’s Resolution not to eat any refined sugar or sugar substitutes for a year and became really desperate for some form of dessert that I could actually eat without cheating. I knew that I could theoretically make a decent tasting pie using just apples, spices, and unsweetened shortcrust pastry… I just had no experience in the kitchen. At that point in time, I’d only ever used my oven to bake polymer clay figures. But I was determined, so I bought a box of Crisco, followed the instructions on the packet, and made my first pie. And it was pretty good! I happened to cut out the shape of a dragon on top and my family thought that was neat, so I kept making artsy designs for my pie tops. As I searched online for inspiration, I discovered that the art of decorative pie baking fell out of fashion about 200 years ago, and I kind of took it as a challenge to resurrect the art form," Jessica told Bored Panda.

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"To me, Pie Art isn’t a “new fad” - it’s the uncovering of a lost art form, a way of expressing our love of food and pop culture, a way of discovering new cultures, new flavors, new techniques, of stretching ourselves creatively and intellectually, a new way of providing special dessert treats for the health-conscious, a way of meeting new weird and wonderful people, a way of bonding with the next generation and passing on our love of baking, and most of all a new way of having fun!" the artist added.

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