Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Painting our supper

"Wow!" Andi remarked, "The teapot and the bowls look fantastic with those mandarins."

She was right.

We eat well around here. So well I couldn't resist the inspiration and painted a sort of documentary of what we ate. 

Teaspoons and almond extract and garlic rested on the big table along with the paper and brushes.

Here's a bit of what I did...

It was all so delicious. 

Hurrah for kitchens everywhere!


Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Hi Sharon!
It is so nice to visit your blog again! I love your new recipe illustrations. Do you have a cookbook in the works?

I bought mandarins this week --they were wonderful!

CobwebstoCookies said...

I am in awe of your gifts and awe of the GIFT you gave me today. I will treasure it always!!! Much in the way I treasure YOU. A TRUE ORIGINAL!!!

Anne-Marie said...

Your colors! And of course the recipes. lovely. Oh, and the calligraphy. and a peek into how it all goes together in your warm kitchen. Thank you!

Need a recipe book from you, with pictures out your kitchen window, and of your homey table.

and of course, the sweet dogs lying on your feet while you paint!

Warmed my day - time to make soup! Hope I'm pure in heart enough for it to 'taste good' :)

Sherrie Spangler said...

Your kitchen illustrations are so cheery and comforting! And your calligraphy is just wonderful. Thanks for sharing and brightening my morning.

Donna Timm said...

Lovely photos of your dear kitchen and those sweet snowdrops as a foretaste of Spring! Your photos even with less than the best camera are always superb. I have some seeds for you--will plan to drop them by next Tuesday!

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Becky Darland said...

Really enjoyed this-what a great calendar this would make! I wouldn't have to keep asking you for your cherry pie recipe!

Debbie Nolan said...

Sharyn - what a gorgeous page of kitchen ingredients - these would make such lovely art for the kitchen. Just beautiful friend. Hope you are having a lovely day.