Red & White Transferware Display
Hello everyone! In the course of doing some spring cleaning , I changed my display of china on this thrift store shelf. I don't know why but these little changes make me happy. Maybe, it is because my mother always said a change was as good as a rest. My collection of red and white transferware is still growing as friends add a piece or two now and then. My little yard sale cupboard came in handy to hold the overflow. If you would like to see the rest of my collection of red and white…
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Discovery: Makoto Kagoshima
I just discovered Japanese artist Makoto Kagoshima thanks to a plate a day and I am kinda in love. I think I connect with the floral imagery as it is sort of make-believe like the flowers and berries I draw. The images are from an exhibition at biotape in Japan. Thanks to Jollygoo for the instal images.
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Hidden Hollow Dessert Plate
Rebecca Rebouche creates nostalgic, emotive and whimsical art out of paint, mixed media and stitched soft sculpture. The Louisiana native got her start on the road showing her paintings at art festivals around the country. Today, she continues to be inspired by the romance of the South, namely the flora and fauna that surround her rural studio. Here, she translates this aesthetic onto stoneware, creating the perfect gift for the consummate entertainer, who knows no greater compliment than a…
Hope it's not too early to share a little cupboard love from the Holiday Cupboard. Last month, before Christmas, I mentioned that we had stopped off in Washington, Missouri, a quaint little river town on our way home from St. Louis, to visit a few antique shops and have lunch at a wonderful little inn. Just the day before we left town, I had said that I'd wanted to dress the Holiday Cupboard in red transfer ware for Christmas, but just didn't have enough dishes to make a nice display. Well…