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Art of the Day: Tuesday December 16, 2014

Sink Bubbles: Polish Pottery LXIV

- by Heather Sims

This week's theme: Bubbles

bub·ble noun, often attributive \ˈbə-bəl\

  1. a small globule typically hollow and light: as
    1. a small body of gas within a liquid
    2. a thin film of liquid inflated with air or gas
    3. a globule in a transparent solid
    4. something (as a plastic or inflatable structure) that is hemispherical or semicylindrical

Art: Sink Bubbles: Polish Pottery LXIV by Artist Heather Sims

Title:  "Sink Bubbles: Polish Pottery LXIV"

Description: 64th in my Polish Pottery Still life Series.  Wins 'Members choice' award  in Still life exhibit, May 2013.   

Vibrant pottery still life was set up in sink with water pouring over the  spoon into the Polish pottery pitcher full of bubbles creating the feeling of movement in the painting.   Colorful and highly detailed painting.  I really enjoy painting the water, glass and reflective objects such as the knife and fork.   Great kitchen and dining room art.

Ready to hang.

Materials:  Acrylic paint, gallery wrapped canvas, hanging wire

Country of Origin: Black Forest, CO.  USA

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