Friday, March 23, 2007

Green Teapot


This is a teapot that I borrowed from my mom. It was a real challenge to get the milky designs in there!
I've been getting used to these 12" x 18" canvases and I really like the long lean shape - its really fun to compose the piece.
This piece isn't for sale online currently but if you are interested in more information, just contact me and I'll let know more!

2 comments:

Ivan Chan Studio said...

Ah, I am rewarded for checking back here. :) It's beautiful, Michelle!

I think the smallest size I enjoy working with is 12" x 16", but like you, the long shape is fun and conducive to how I like to compose things.

Recently, the larger works I've been doing on 24" x 30" canvases have really been speaking to me. I had so much trouble at first, but now I think I've found my soul mate in terms of canvases!

Take care,

I.

M.Anderson said...

This is really lovely. When I work on canvas or paper I like the odd shape. It does make composing that much more fun.