Thursday, February 18, 2010

Countryware Teacup, 6x6 Oil

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In my former life I did things like collect teacups from china patterns that I liked.  This one was a Wedgewood pattern named 'Countryware' with leaf-like embossed forms.  

ALSO I got not one, not two, but THREE Sunshine Awards!!!!  I will post the award tomorrow with the folks that I'm giving this lovely award to - how COOL is that?

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6 comments:

  1. oh Kelley- are you signing me back up?
    Ive missed getting your blog delivered-
    stuff looks great- you just keep getting better and better! Of course- you were great to start with...

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  2. Nice to be reconnected! I have the Wedgewood Countryware. It's what you ate on at our dinner here. Thought I recognized it. Lovely painting! You may recognize some Countryware plates on some of my earlier posts, like the gourd painting. Fun! Love china!

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  3. Beautiful! The embossing couldn't have been easy to paint, but you did a really good job! The background is nice, too. Love your work!

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  4. Oh Kelley I love this one, I love the colors, I love the composition, and i love the subject matter, beautiful!

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  5. You just paint 'white' so well! Love the composition on this also, the way the spoon breaks up the left area. Genius.

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  6. Love it - it has the same feeling as the lunch pail painting - maybe it's the colors? They are not easy colors to work with - nice job, and the positioning of the spoon handle is great -

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