Thursday, March 10, 2011

On The Easel - New Teacup Painting, "Miss Daisy"

"Each cup of tea represents an imaginary voyage."   ~Catherine Douzel


©"Miss Daisy", Watercolor, 5"x7"
    Laura Leeder, March 2011
The 3rd teacup in the museum series is completed.  I tried to find the name of this pattern (V2250), but was unsuccessful.  The china mark on the bottom was first used in the 1930's by E. Brain & Co Ltd,  Foley China Works Fenton.  Does anyone know the name of this pattern?     

One more to do in this size and then I'll change it up for a while. 
Did You Know......
     -Darjeeling is called the champagne of teas and is grown in India's Himalayas.

*To see more in this series of paintings, click on the page at the top of the blog -"Teacup Series". All PAINTINGS will be available for purchase later this spring.

*Attend the Creston Museum's Old Fashioned Tea, this summer, and you could be the winner of one of my "Teacup" paintings.

Artfully Yours,

Laura Leeder
Watercolor Artist, Creston, BC

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