Acrylics on canvas paper, 14.8 × 21.0 cm/5.83 x 8.26 inches, Evelyn Howard
Another small but really fun piece. Please visit Creative Every Day for blogs on creative activities.
Hi Evelyn, I like the composition!
Hi, Evelyn, So beautiful work! Especially, colors are so lovely. Hope we can have tea together one day:).Cheers, Sadami
Just beautiful! I like the colors and the intricate detail on the pot is astounding! Thank you,Aimeevisiting from CED
Lovely. The back ground color is rich and energetic, the tea pot beautifully painted. Great job!
You make so many beautiful paintings. Well done!
Such a wonderful "out of the canvas" effect.
Beautiful! It is gorgeous Evelyn!If you (and friends) want to add to your painting fun, consider joining our new Paint Party Friday starting this Friday! http://paintpartyfriday.blogspot.com/Your photography is fabulous but I especially love when you post your art!
A happy painting invites happy talk. Wonderful colors, even more wonderful execution. You handle detail so well.
Just beautiful. At first I thought it was a photo and then realized is was a painting.
That's just lovely. It makes me want to go make a cuppa!
I really love this!
Gorgeous drawing, Evelyn! I've missed seeing your art :-DKaori
Wonderful. Love it.Thank you, Evelyn for the comments/visit on my blog.
This is beautiful! I love the colors you chose.
Very beautiful colours and details.Evelyn, I love your art!
Lately, I venture into drinking and sampling tea.This piece really motivates me a lot!
Evelyn, Nice to meet you. Your picture is so beautiful. I love this heartwarming drawing style. How wonderful!! Tea must be very tasty.! Have a great day!
I like this very much, Evelyn. Your attention to detail and precision are amazing! Having the background echo the color of the flower's center is a nice touch, it really ties the picture together.In answer to your question, the duck is a friend's pet, so I was able to get my camera close enough to capture it's feathers. Then I cropped the image to focus on the iridescence and fine detail.
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