Monday, February 17, 2014

Tea Cup Tuesday-Corset in the Art Room


Hello All!
Welcome to Tea Cup Tuesday!
 

Did my title surprise you? 
lol!

Tonight's tea cup is in the corset shape.

This is one of my favorite first tea cups,
and the first shape I learned to recognize.


She is dainty and romantic at the same time,
simple yet lovely with her little poesy of roses
and silver and gold leaves. 

I am not sure of her color as she changes in the light. 
(Color fascinates me)

I am all excited as the books I ordered came in!
Yay!

I am taking Flora Bowley's Bloom True  e-class,
and it is very good....And very colorful! 
Perfect as it is all outside my comfort zone.
Having her book to follow and the journal makes my class
experience richer.

I hope you do not mind that I am sharing
an artsy Tea Cup Tuesday experience with you...
tucked up here in my art room tonight,
with my tea, Flora's gorgeous books,
and  my newly begun bold paintings!

 (here we see the Aynsley backstamp)

Forgive my absence as I am so taken with Flora's class and two other 
wonderful classes, that I am deep in it!

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Thank you so much for visiting!
I love to "see" YOU!
I hope you are all well,
and that your wild weather has abated.

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I will be visiting all the tea cup parties I can this week.
If you would like to join in, just create your post with a tea cup in it to share,
Then come back here and link that specific post up below.

Hugs,
Terri




27 comments:

The Charm of Home said...

Such a pretty teacup Terri! I will go and check out your Pinterest board.
Sherry

missy k said...

Gorgeous tea cup Terri.... I love how it is plain on the outside and then has the sweet flowers on the inside. Such a wonderful shape too.

Good luck with your classes.... I am a fan of Flora! Can't wait to see what you get up too!

ps No damage at mine thank you but it is so sad to see all the local flooding.

Karen x

Roses, Lace and Brocante said...

Mmm a beautifully shaped tea cup Terri!
I love the soft green colour too.
I'm joining you today!
Hugs
Shane

Tazas y Cuentos said...

Hello Terri! It's me again and...yes, again with some children's china, you already know I'm a little obsessed with the topic...haha.
I really love your teacup, your first photo is gorgeous! It's so elegant, and your photos, as always, really a pleasure. Good luck with your courses!
Besos!

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Terri, your teacup today is really beautiful! I have one much like it only she's turqoise, also in the corset shape. It is one of my favourites too. Thank you for sharing and have a lovely day.

Blessings,
Sandi

Beth Laverty said...

Lovely tea cup. I always think of that shape as being quite elegant! Like dresses of the Edwardian era.
What better place for tea than the art room. It is a lovely soothing thing, especially when you are venturing outside your comfort zone.

kitty said...

What a beautiful teacup, Terri! I look forward to seeing your art work in progress. That is very exciting! xo

sharon said...

I am so glad you are lost in the moment! There is nothing quite like it, being caught up in the paint, and the thoughts, and /or just whatever is happening right then! Love ya!

Stephanie said...

Simply lovely! I love the pretty green and pink together - so feminine and elegant :) Happy Tuesday!

Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

Thanks for hosting Terri, and I will remember the corset teacup shape from your pretty example. Glad I don't have to wear a corset, I cringe when I see them doing one up on Downton Abbey.
Have fun with your art classes, and don't forget to stop for tea now and then.
Judith

johala said...

I love the color of your tea-cup!
Hugs and kisses

The Junque Seeker said...

What a lovely cup. I love the simple shape with the pretty roses peeking out.

Have fun with your classes. I've watched one of Flora's videos and she's amazing. Can't wait to see what you create!

Karen said...

Hi Terri,
Yes, your title did surprise me and I do love that colour of teacup! So dainty and pretty and perfect with a pink rose inside! I am also wanting to take some courses and last week took my first chalk painting class. It was a lot of fun! I was trying to leave a comment for Martha but couldn't see her comment section today on her blogspot. Thank you for hosting Tea Cup Tuesday with Martha! Have a wonderful week! Karen

Victoria said...

What a beautiful cup and gorgeous color..love the corset shape! I have learned so much about tea cups because of you...and I am so appreciative.! Yay..enjoy the class ..sounds divine..I know you will enjoy it..you are so talented!
hugs

tattrldy said...

What a beautiful tea cup, such a pretty shape. I haven't really thought about how tea cups are described, but it certainly fits :-) Have fun with your classes.

Deborah Montgomery said...

Pretty teacup! I think it's wonderful you are taking an art class. I love learning new things, too. sounds like you are really enjoying it.

Rosemary and Thyme said...

Hello Terri,

On my link to your party today, there is a picture of another blogger right above the title to my post. I am unable to delete it or change it. Are you able to remove it for me??

ttp://rosemary-thyme.blogspot.com/2014/02/capturing-charm-of-yesteryear.html

Thanks,

Janet
rosemary-thyme.blogspot.com

Createology said...

I like your analogy of the tea cup and the corset. Such a lovely soft color and delicate flowers. Classes are wonderful and I hope you share some of your works. Sipping warm tea and enjoying your blog dear...

Veronica Roth said...

Hi Terri, I think it's just wonderful that you've found an inspirational class. I'd love to see more of your art and so hope you'll share your new painting experience. The tea cup looks lovely and I never thought of it as a corset shape, but of course it is exactly what that is! :) Big hugs and hope you enjoy your class and the week.

Ruthie Miller said...

Dear Terri,
Very funny- a corset shaped teacup. It is a sweet one with a pretty color.
Happy Tea day, Ruthie

JackieP Neal said...

Terri, your posts are always wonderful as well as inspirational! you could be posting about mud and I am sure it would inspire me! hugs and creative wishes ")Jackie

Dorthe said...

<3 -hugs Dorthe

Holly Loves Art said...

Hi Terri, I enjoyed getting caught up on your blog. All are lovely! I especially love the pink tea cup in the post below... and the chintz one is just adorable! Chintz was always my grandmother's favorite. I hope you're having a wonderful day.

BECKY said...

Hi Terri! I LOVE that tea cup. Everything about it is beautiful. The shape, the color, etc. So happy to hear you're doing the other classes. I think it's wonderful to discover and use all the talents we have...maybe hiding...inside us! I think of you often. Please stop by my blog, too, when you get the chance. Big Hugs!

Marjanne said...

Hi Terry I've never seen a cup like that! It is so pretty...

Incipient Wings said...

this is such a beautiful teacup!!
can't wait to see your paintings:)

Lan yone said...

Really awesome tea cup .I liked its colors and shapes.Both tea cup pictures are excellent.I am eager to seeing your next article in the next future.

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