Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Spode Creamer

Spode Creamer
6" x 6" oil on panel
$100.00 + $10. s/h

In searching through cabinets, shelves and boxes for pieces of china to paint, or should I say reflections to paint,  I realized that I have eleven creamers.  Not sure why I have so many, or where they all came from, or where the sugar bowls are, but nevertheless, that's at least eleven daily paintings.  So, look for more.

9 comments:

AutumnLeaves said...

This looks so delicate and lacy with its curved edges around the rim. I have a small set of Christmas Spode and it is lovely!

martinealison said...

Très joli pot à lait... Les reflets et les couleurs de ce petit pot sont magnifiques.
Bises

carol morgan carmichael said...

This one is so delicate. Do you use the creamers? I have a couple of creamers too but I pour straight out of the coffee mate carton.

Debbi Smith Rourke said...

Stunning. Love these little ones!!

art2cee2 said...

This series you have started is just awesome! :-)

Christiane Kingsley said...

Superb reflections in this delicate and beautiful painting! Eleven creamers...good for us...I am looking forward to many more delightful paintings then in this series.

Carol Schiff Studio said...

I can tell you are having fun with your china paintings. They are wonderful , really love the reflections.

Pam Holnback said...

Sherry, Thank you. It is a pleasure to have your constant support.

Martine, Merci beaucoup!

Thank you Carol. I have to admit that one of the few times that I do use the creamers are at dinner parties for after dinner drinks, ie; kahlua and decaf w/ cream! Care to join me?

Debbi, Thank you. I think that these little ones would look great as a famed set. Of course, I am biased!

Thank you Crystal, I may not do all 11, or the whole series at once, but I do plan to continue.

Christiane, Thank you. You'll see all eleven. But, maybe not right away.

Thank you Carol, Yes, I am having fun!

Joan Sicignano Artist said...

Wonderful work Pam. Tomorrow I will start searching my cabinets and hutch. In search of something to paint. Thank you for the inspiration.