Tuesday, March 8, 2011

A little series of everyday objects

Jane LaFazio here. I've been doing a little series, in my sketchbook, of everyday objects. I've chosen objects that I use almost daily, that have a story or meaning for me. Just goes to show, you don't have to find something super special to sketch & watercolor...everyday objects are perfect.

 

 


11 comments:

  1. I love them all escpecially the pin cushion. Mine is a tomatoe with a strawberry hanging from it - just like my mom had when I was a kid - my husband searched all over for it one xmas for my stocking!!! yep - everyday objects!
    thanks for sharing

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  2. Lovely little watercolors. The black cup looks like one I have, that a friend of mine made.

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  3. Lovely and inspirational! That's why I love sketchbooks :-D

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  4. What an inspiration! Thanks, Jane. I saw these previously on your blog; nice to see them up here.

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  5. Lovely little objects, Jane. It helps to appreciate those things we touch everyday.

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  6. Wonderful objects of meaning ...I ordered one of her small pincushions after seeing yours on your blog.

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  7. Fantastic Jane. I am definitely in your fan club. I am going to try everyday objects to continue my painting after your class. I'll post them on Flickr.

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  8. I have enjoyed following this wonderfully enabling site, and as a long-time keeper of sketchbooks and journals, I love checking in each day to read the latest post.

    This past weekend, I decided to include my almost-five-year-old granddaughter in the Sketchbook Challenge by making her a small book of her own. Today I gave it to her, and we both sat down at my studio drawing table and drew/sketched the daffodils growing just outside the window, she in her book, I in mine. I was so pleased that she chose a sky of pink and violet, not feeling compelled to use the traditional blue most young children are taught to choose!

    Thanks for the encouragement!

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  9. Great project. I've been trying to sketch more often also and only recently start using watercolors in my sketches. It's more fun when you add the color,right?

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  10. Ha!! I was thinking that teabag label has amazing lettering :P it's stuck on....nice one.. great cup!!!!

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  11. due to the wonders of google, I discovered your art, andthen this site, and I must say, I am in
    awe of what you create! I too am a mixed media artist. Well, my blog
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    hope and strength while doing what I love to do, which is CREATE. Art,
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    Best,
    Amy

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