Thursday, 5 May 2011

let's remember with a plate!

Over the last week or so I've been doing lots of painting.  The first piece was a commemorative plate for a street party held last Friday.

There's space around the edge for attendees to sign it with a special pen.  I gave the piece a bit of a 'Rob Ryan' cut away letter style.

At the Bean and Brush we all spent the weekend painting commemorative mugs for the celebratory opening party on Monday afternoon. 

We had a great production line going.

The first pieces are now out of the kiln and looking fab (pics soon!).  I also painted a commemorative plate for the opening of the cafe, which all the staff have now signed.

I have to say, I am liking all this painting!  Next on the list is a couple more examples of commemorative wedding plates, which can be signed by guests, or left unsigned.

This one uses the couples' fingerprints as the base for the lovebirds.  William and didn't have time to bob in on their way home to Anglesey so Graham and Michelle volunteered their fingerprints ;)


  1. How lovely those plates are - I am sure they would be right round if they knew!

  2. Fab plates - I love the colour schemes.

  3. I can imagine you are in your element at the Bean and Brush! All the painting looks fab :-) Good luck with it!

  4. Oh boy!! You are having fun aren't you, so pleased! Great idea for the wedding plate, are Bean and Brush planning to do Wedding Receptions? Can see these going down a bomb as souvenirs!
    Hugs, Chrisx

  5. Looks like your having plenty of fun :D

  6. I imagine it must be so rewarding to be able to teach and share your wonderful talent!!!I keep hoping to be able to do that one day!!


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