So simple and so beautiful! I love how you have made the spout look sooo long, and how you make the copper look so metallic. Carol, I continue to page through your book (last time was to find that little mouse and get your pointers on painting gold) and am inspired every time. I do hope you will make the book a Christmas tradition. It will be at the top of my list every year!
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I like these monochromatic pieces; it's easier for me to focus on your values. Would you care to comment on placement of a signature/choosing a color for the signature. I'd be interested.'Thought of you yesterday as I am on holiday near a TJMAX. Their shapely collection of glass and pottery (lots of nice reds in both categories) is tempting; just look at my receipts! They had the neatest little hand-blown glass fish with a dorsal hole for a single blossom. But I digress....
What a great addition to your collection. Just like your last post the neutral background really highlights the colors in the copper water container.
Simply beautiful like all your work.Happy new year.
A classic item and well done. There is a thrift shop, Bits and Pieces at Loop 150 and HWY 71, too, by the entrance to Tahitian Village.
A lovely subtle warmth throughout!
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