Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Wild Strawberry Wedgewood Coffee Cup, 6x6 Oil

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This little china cup has always been a favorite.  I liked painting the cloth underneath, and the cloth underneath THAT.  No more cups or drinks this week, I think.  I'm a little exhausted by elipses (the way a circle flattens out as you view it from the side)!  So we'll see what I come up with.  It'll be fun (well, for me, anyway!) I sure!  Let's get through March weather with a smile on our faces!


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7 comments:

  1. Those tiny flowers on a curved surface would drive me nuts! You did an awesome job Kelley.

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  2. so sweet! I love how you do teacups.

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  3. You did another great job on this Kelley. I love the way you did the handle.

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  4. Love this! You did a wonderful job with the gold trim on the cup and saucer. And the cloth underneath with its creases and shadows are perfect.

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  5. This is so wonderful, dainty and feminine at it's best! Every single stroke is amazing, love your delicate handling of the fabric and the china cup, but can I tell you one of my very favorite little sections is the light hitting the fabric right above your signature; outstanding!

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