4/18/11

Ceramic Pen

cup & saucer front

cup & saucer back
I've actually been in Michigan for the past week but before I left I did a few experiments with these blue and gold porcelain draw-able pens. I'm pretty pleased with them! Especially the gold touches. I'm thinking about eventually offering a few one of a kind pieces in my shop...

Also, the pieces from my show at Assemble Gallery are now available to buy online!

16 comments:

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  2. What? Ceramic markers? Where do you get those at? That sound awesome!

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  3. I would love to buy a one of a kind piece like that

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  4. Oh! I love this! I really hope you make some for your shop.

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  5. the blue is just right, and having your lovely delicate drawing on porcelain is absolutely perfect

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  6. Ceramic markers?! How fun! You did a great job with that tea cup!

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  7. ♥ Perfect in every little way!! I've been trying to find just such pens/ paints as of late....I have a few mugs that are in need of some floral bits and bobs (methinks) and would love to know where you found them...and, are they washable/food safe?

    Congratulations on your shows, by the way...I've not had much time to comment, but I'm always over the moon to see all your successes and beautiful work!! Happy Spring!!

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  8. That is a beautiful blue. I love the design too.
    Happy Spring days to you

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  9. OMG I LOVE THIS PORCELAIN
    i need one for my tea time

    ;) Fede
    http://fedulab.blogspot.com/

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  10. I don't know if she is using the same, but here are the only ones I found and looking forward to try:

    http://www.dickblick.com/products/pebeo-porcelaine-150-paint-markers/

    And I love your style Julianna!

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  11. beautiful! looks like a russian tea cup!
    I never knew ceramic markers exited, how awesome!

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  12. Sp pretty! I have a whole set of plain white dishes that my mom gave me, doing something like this would jazz them up.

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