Samstag, 5. Februar 2011



"Zuhause fühlen, während ich eine schöne Tasse Earl-Grey Tee trinke, nachdenke über die Vanitas, die Vergänglickeit - Sterben und Werden."
 
"Feeling home while I'm drinking a nice cup of Earl Grey tea, thinking about the vanitas, the mortality - dying and becoming."



For this week's drawing challenge (no. 3) Stephanie and Elisabeth, Jasmin, Helen and me proudly present the association of both themes: "Home" of Stephanie and "Still-life" of me.

If there is another home still-life to show, please let me know. I'll put a link on it.






Kommentare:

  1. I can see I've missed a few posts.

    Beautiful illustration ... you drink tea out of a lovely cup with lots of creatures.

    Who or what is 'vanitas'? I think it's because I'm Australian? Or a bit dumb?

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  2. Dear Carmel,
    thank you for the hint. I think it's because you're Australian ... and not from the Netherlands or Belgium ... how so many other people. So I try to make it clearer.
    Vanitas means in my own words a style of paintings in 16th and 17th century. They draw things in still-life like butterflies to show the own mortality.
    I'll come to your place later. Have to cook some pasta...
    Love, Ariane.

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  3. mmmmmmmm! i sit here and sip my cup of earl grey tea as well and drink in your lovely airy drawing of a peaceful homey feeling. Really sweet. I love it, your vanita!

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  4. Dear Milady Stephanie,
    thank you.
    I'm glad for your painting "Home".

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  5. Thank you! Some much-needed art theory education! You can see why I'm so impressed by what you girls are all doing.

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  6. i love this composition...the caterpillar on the teacup and portrait in the frame. beautiful theme.

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  7. Dear Carmel,
    believe me, I am dripping with sweat...
    Did you catched the koala?

    Dear Rachel, thank you.
    I'm very impressed to the metamorphosis from a caterpillar to a butterfly. Right yesterday evening I found at the drying loft this peacock butterfly...

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  8. untersuch mal diesen Blog http://fieldguided.blogspot.com/ finde ich so schön!!

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  9. You have a really good sense of balance and white space that i find visually arresting. I love the quiet and stillness of the soft colours. Very nice indeed!

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  10. Gorgeous. Intriguing. Sweet.

    Who is the figure in the picture.
    (and how did you see the wedding couple in my post a couple of days ago? have you got a big screen on your computer? :))))

    I just did one for Still Life too - just putting my post through.
    Where to next? Lilli for 'sky'?
    I love this. xx

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  11. Liebe Viola,
    danke für den Hinweis...habe ich auf meine Blogliste hinzugefügt, sooo schön!

    Dear Helen,
    thank you. And: you are a teacher? don't you? Waiting for your post...

    Dear Jasmin,
    thank you. The figure is my grandfather Niels V. Andersen, maybe in age of 20, coming from Denmark/Greenland. More at jazzytwoshoes.
    I love this, too. xx

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  12. Soooooooo schön!
    Liebe Grüsse vom anderen Ende der Welt
    Christine

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  13. mine is posted if you care to have a look :)

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  14. Hallo Christine,
    danke sehr. Ich komme gleich mal zu Dir rüber.

    Dear Helen,
    I'll have a look soon. Thank you for the hint.

    Dear Isabelle,
    thank you so much. Such a honour.

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  15. I believe you have spring in your home. I want to plant seeds in beautiful cups just like that. Find butterflies in my windows. You've got a lovely feeling in your still life from your home :) See you in the Sky!

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