Sonntag, 28. Juni 2015

dc #172: Plates








 Carefully she balanced the stack of the good plates through the dark hallway 
and then she entered the diningroom angelically





I have not an atelier, but space when f.i. the little one watch 
a fairy tale in TV and no one else need the kitchen table.




 We live in a borough here in Hamburg, where most of the buildings are from the fin de siècle
 (and were not destroyed in the WWII). I enjoy this very much: the adornments which are rich floral, with figures or only faces or just graphically, repeating pattern. I wonder why we do not build like that anymore, nowadays? outside and inside of the buildings? No time to clean that raced surfaces*?

Even the plates have to be tolerant enough for the automatic dishwasher

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At this (already!) summer weekend dear Joke is our host with PLATES for 
the drawing challenge #172. I  have drawn with oil pastels on wrapping tissue.

You find me on the balcony, close to the fragrance of the roses and lavender, 
when I look at the PLATES of the others via Joke's blog.

Thank you for your visit.
Have a nice day!



dc
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#172 PLATES at Joke's
this weekend

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Who is our next host?



Kommentare:

  1. That's a lovely drawing Ariane. It's romantic and she makes me wonder where she is. And what happened after she put the plates on the table. I like the wrapping effect. You live in a great surrounding, beautiful. Thanks for taking part, Joke.

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  2. I so enjoy seeing your cute drawing! Such a large handful of plates!
    your dishes are lovely, so good that they hold up so well.
    You have inspired me to watch a fairy tale on this hot day.

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  3. yes, why do we not build like so anymore? or are we doing it anyhow, but on much bigger scale in huge blocks, only to become of real and time-phased interest long after we're gone? time is such a master, it will tell us all, or nothing...
    ha... rose ariane dear. the balcony...
    my wilted flowers are peonies, dessicated leaves on the table top, i can't bring myself to throw them out yet...
    she's super handy, your youngster-in-plates! n♥

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  4. yes, why don't we build like that anymore....
    last saturday i was at a party which was held in a very old houyse
    (you would have loved it!)
    the house, a monumental building, had been empty for 10 years
    all the furniture had remained
    in cabinets layers of yellowed old damask tablecloths
    we even found a lace servants pinafore
    and more....
    your drawing would fit right in

    dear Ariane
    just one more week
    and i can kiss you on the cheeks ;^))
    xxx

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  5. Oh - I love this post, and the fairytale film on tv!
    I couldn't imagine trying to dust that wall - perhaps that is what feather dusters were for?? :)
    xx

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