Wednesday, April 7, 2010

My favourite pot - SOLD

I'm attached to a pot! I decided it deserved a painting all its own. I mentioned yesterday that I'm quite fond of this enamel double boiler. I bought it years ago at a garage sale and even then thought: It's so small, when would I ever use it? But it was cheap and I fell in love with the colour of it, so that's how it ended up in our kitchen.
6" x 6" / oil on archival panel / $100 (includes free shipping worldwide)


11 comments:

JRonson said...

Now I'm paitning a Still life, and now i see how it's hard to paint this ! i love the background macthing with the colors of the pieces :)

LindaHunt said...

The color in this painting is so nice. The deep blues set against the brilliant orange is striking! It truly is a wonderful pot.

SUSAN RODEN said...

I love enamel pots too Kim. Great colors! And looks like this pot is a cool, unusual color.

Mary Anne Cary said...

Thanks Kim, you are way tooooo sweet!! Glad to see you are busy as usual, and looking mighty fine I might add! Great color choices!!

Ralph said...

Now I wonder how many golf balls this little pot could hold? I will say no more about that Kim you know exactly what I am saying. Once again your love of things shows through your work. You are a wonderful lady with great insight.

Elizabeth Seaver said...

Oh, yeah, great color, and it deserves an orange background. Nice painting, Kim!

Crystal Cook said...

I really love this Kim! The colors are perfect I love the blue with the orange. And the highlights on the pots, way cool. It's beautiful!

Have I told you before how much I admire how you handle the paint? It just looks perfect to me.

becky joy said...

I really like your work. Very bold and confident.

Karen Appleton said...

Wow! Love the color and your composition! You have gorgeous paintings filled with light, it was refreshing to see your blog today.

Gwen Bell said...

You've done such a great job with this...perfect values...and I love the blue/orange palette. Very energetic and well painted!

Lori Bonanni said...

Kim, really nice colors on this. I too have or had an enamel pot of this color - it's like a robin's egg blue. I don't think I have it anymore. Great job, love the brush work.