Saturday, May 31, 2014

open sesame

This is sort of what I saw when I opened the kiln this morning.

This too, an ode to flowering and blossoming~ I don't think I've painted so much on one piece ever!
I felt a little lost without my kiln.
I did a bit of decorating. Found a home for some enamelware.
ate a lot of vegetables
Took lots of beach walks and made a few decisions.
spent money that should have gone in the rolling table account
but phooey on that,
I couldn't resist such a proud cow and milkmaid.
But now the studio is humming along again and I feel better. Thanks for being so paitent!
xx
Julie

20 comments:

Linda Starr said...

beautiful work, love the strawberry spoon.

kathyd said...

your killing me ... i hope i am not late to the party today .
love it all .
xxoo

millefeuilles said...

It's good to see you back here and I can imagine how content you must be to be back in action!

Happy June to you, dear Julie.

Stephanie

lynne h said...

oh julie... you never cease to amaze me...

xoxo

holly aka golly said...

Swoon! Always so enchanting!

Claire said...

Oh my goodness, how exciting to see your post come up in my FB feed Julie. I had to rush over here and see what you've been up to.....

The cow and milkmaid are lovely....

Your new creations are just delightful, that plate, oh my and the spoons, I love it all, sigh!!
It must be so much fun painting deciding what to make or paint on your pieces.
I will be back to visit your shop.........Xx

It's pouring with rain here this morning, a beautiful, quiet, slow start to the day......I love it..:)
Hope you are having a lovely weekend too.














Valerianna said...

Didn't realize you were without a kiln! I know how not having some crucial element throws one off. Glad to hear you are up and running again... I had the sense of a bouquet of flowers seeing all those spoons. A lovely thing to open a kiln and see!

Yael said...

Oh my goodness, how sweet are all those little precious treasures! :-)

leon 10 said...

pretty work love the plate with the cottage and maid on it but the tea cup is very pretty too a lot of work and time but very beautiful
leon10

felicity said...

Beautiful work.I love the flowers around the plate (hollyhocks?) I love the milkmaid and cow too, I'm not surprised you couldn't resist.
Best Wishes Flissx.

Lisa Graham Art said...

Wow...you've done so much Julie...Love your spoon dipper things...love all of it actually.

Have I told you your blog banner is wonderful? It's so summery. xo

Patricia G said...

Great spoons! Just great!

Pixie said...

Oh such beautiful work.....great spoons....want want want...xx

Tracey Broome said...

I love visiting your blog and seeing my future self in your paintings, haha! Wonderful as always!

linda said...

Oh my, how I adore your work. I've been to etsy every week waiting for you to post your newest so I can buy something! I'm in love with your work but always too late. Maybe this time? fingers crossed! Maybe there's a newsletter I don't know about! :)

Linda said...

Your spoons are so beautiful!

Susan Strain said...

I am so in love with your beautiful work, I am a potter too and your work makes my heart sing.

Sea Angels said...

I love to see your work all together the riot of colour, and beautiful designs, its like a wild garden magical and special .
Hugs Lynn xx

Mugwump Woolies said...

Your home is "enchanting"! I keep missing your updates...I must be more diligent!
Have a lovely Sunday,
Robyn

jen storer said...

My heart is thumping like a little rabbit's foot (if you know Bambi you'll get what I'm prattling about) I love visiting and it's so inspiring to see that all is still so incredibly pretty in your whimsical world, Julie. Happy summer! xx

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