Won’t you join me for tea? I have such a lovely collection of fancy tea pots and tea cups and I love to use them. There’s something so sweet about brewing tea in my mom’s silver tea pot and sipping tea out of a delicate china cup with a sweet saucer. Don’t you agree? I figure they are more fun to use than to just stare at in the china cabinet. Do you have and use your china?
I love this sweet scene of the kitty in the window & the plants nearby. Kitties always try to squeeze in-between things. It looks as though this one managed not to knock anything down. :-). And this sky … what a magnificent glow! Thanks for sharing your fantastic images. 🙂
How about a lil cup of joy?! I love a little morning in my Llana the llama mug by mud works pottery. SO DARN CUTE! Surrounding yourself with things that bring you joy make for LOTS of happiness throughout the day. YAY!
Happy 2018 to you, friends! With this fruit bowl I want express my gratitude to you for your love & support over the past year. THANK YOU! I feel so blessed to get to live my truth as a painter–it is so nourishing, as is this yummy fruit bowl. May your year to come be filled with bright colors, sweet, ripe fruit and nourishment on every level. xox I am grateful for you!
About 10 years ago I took an etching workshop & ever since, I have been obsessed with having a press in my studio. Well, a year and a half ago I purchased one & it has been sitting in my studio just staring at me. I’ve kind of been afraid to use it. NO MORE … I have decided to play with it as much as I can for the month of March & beyond!
Yesterday I did a little still life drawing, placed the drawing under a 4×6 inch piece of plexiglass & then painted the still life on the plexi. From here, I ran the painted plexi through the press onto some thick archival paper. I did this 4 different times, creating 4 one of a kind pieces of the same subject matter. This gave me a chance to see how it all worked. I had a blast getting lost in something completely new. I hope you like them! You can purchase one individually for $35 or purchase them as a set for $115–ship for free. They will come sleeved on archival mat board. Click on image for larger view. Paper size is approx 7×9.
Fruit • image 4×6 • oil on paper, monoprint • SOLD
Fruit & Pitcher • image 4×6 • oil on paper, monoprint • Purchase