Monday, July 19, 2010

Russian tea service - SOLD

Isn't this a beautiful vessel? A dear friend gave this to our family and I just love using it. I remember the last time I used it was with my girlfriends. We sat out in the screen porch, brewed the tea, lit the candle underneath and had lots of good conversation and laughter. The night grew dark, and the candle flickered and made the tea glow ; ) And it just tastes better that way!
6" x 8" / oil on panel / $75

11 comments:

martinealison said...

Je suppose que son utilisation suscite une belle ambiance... Belle peinture.

liz wiltzen said...

NIce to paint things that have special meaning, love how you captured the translucence of the tea Kim!

Sandra said...

What a pretty object! And how nice to have a themed series!hauda

Carol Blackburn said...

Beautiful, Kim and such a lovely sentiment, too.

LindaHunt said...

Yes, it is a very intersting and beautiful vessel. Love the reds in this one.

C. said...

I like the colour of the tea holder. is it real tea?

Starr said...

that is a beautiful vessel... I've never seen anything like it. You did a great job!

Denise Scaramai said...

oh yes, this is a beautiful vase!
and your description on the occasion
that was used is beautiful!
I was willing to be there and also
participate in ;) this meeting !!...

and this painting is amazing
is cheerful and stylish!
congrats!
X De

Gwen Bell said...

You've painted this so beautifully, Kim! It has such an elegant shape and I love the glow of the tea.

Rick Nilson said...

K,

I follow your blog. If your recent paintings are struggling, then, god help the rest of us. Your work reeks with dedication and confidence.

Rick

Downtown said...

Dear Kim:

I agree with Rick Nilson. You are an inspiration with your dedication!

I have one of these and did not know what it was. Thanks for that.

Jill