This was a “commission” from the FUMC Snowflake Bazaar in November 2016. I had another pink heart of a similar size as well as a larger pink and blue one which Nancy stopped to see, expressing her interest. Then, as I sat there, another shopper came by and bought them both. Sorry, Nancy! (I didn’t know she was that serious!”) Hope she likes this one as much as the other. There are nearly 4 dozen different china patterns in this one piece!
Posted in a recent church newsletter:
“PAULA PETERSON’S ‘ONE WOMAN ART SHOW’
Opens Aug 7, Gallery 1551, located at 1551 Montgomery Drive, Santa Rosa, CA
(First United Methodist Church)
Paula has been making and selling art all her life, and painting in watercolor for more than 20 years. She has studied with many local and national artists, and has come to love mixed media as well. Paula currently hosts workshops in “Soul Painting,” a wonderful, meditative form of art-play.
A member of Watercolor Artists of Sonoma County (WASCO), Paula’s first and best love is painting plein aire in watercolor, ‘where time stops and the painting is all there is.’ More recently, she has been working with mosaics in a process called “Pique Assiette.” Literally translated, it means plate thief and relies on tesserae (mosaic bits) from broken china and crockery.”