Monday, March 31, 2008

Pot study #5
5.5 x 5.5"
Micron pen .005 on cold press water colour paper

8 comments:

laureline said...

I really, really like this one and pot study 2!!! The shadows, the texture, the arresting composition---much more interesting than Morandi, to my eye. These have the same profoundly quirky and wonderfully oblique qualities of your memory paintings.

caseytoussaint said...

Wow - what a wonderful composition! I love this one.

Tami said...

Love this composition and the different looks you've created with the pencil strokes.

SCquiltaddict said...

beautiful job...great composition

Penny said...

You have been busy and such wonderful detail, your pots are such fun. Have a lovely time in Orange, catch up when I get back.

janabouc said...

I'm absolutely nuts about your pot studies and have been thinking about them since I first saw them a week or so ago. I'm sorry I didn't leave a comment the first time. I'm having such a hard time getting myself to the computer. Meanwhile, I brought the blanket section and your address to work to mail them and things got so crazy that I didn't get a chance and then accidentally left them at work so couldn't do it this weekend either. Tomorrow I'm back at work and will get it in the mail!

Keep up the great work--it's very inspiring!

Peceli and Wendy's Blog said...

Your shadows are scary! I always appreciate the way you often cut off shapes like in some Japanese woodcuts. It works well here.
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Wendy said...

This one is very very dramatic. Fantastic.