t-t-t-Tumble

Of course I did not let these cups tumble - they are my china that we use and I don't have extras. They do stack well, though, don't they?

Up close this looks like what it is - patches of paint, but from a distance it looks like what it is supposed to portray - cups. At least I think that it does! The canvas on this one had been underpainted a bright green. Not as much of it shows in person but the camera sees all!

I am afraid that you will see these cups again and again unless I actually get out and find some others; I am not sure when that will be. I will also post about my set up process and palette in the future, in case you are like me and want to see behind the scenes, as it were.

Hmmm. I think that the inside of that cup on its side might need to be darker. Amazing what you see after you post. 

All is well and all will be well,
XOXOXO,
Caroline

Comments

  1. C. I was at Pier One Imports today and they had some interesting dishes, you might check them out if you have those stores there. Love what you are doing. Keep up the good work!

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    1. Why yes, Joanna, we have those stores here...even in Tennessee! Good work, Caroline! You are really keeping at it!!

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  2. I'm loving your work and the stack of cups is my favorite so far. Well done!

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