skit for the first time and promptly stopped using bird imagery in my work. Of course, I kept all of my vintage bird china, artwork, and home furnishings, but I've been wary of using the imagery in my pots (excepting the chicken cups, of course). This summer, when I found my giant vintage bird transferware platter, I changed my mind about birds on my work, and when I borrowed Marion's pitcher to copy, I abandoned that no-birds resolve completely.
This platter is the first in a series with the birds, vintage style. I'm very happy with it and am sending this piece to a new antiques and art gallery that opens on Friday. I'm not abandoning my bees by any means, but right now I'm very much in love with these sweet blue birds.
I have 2 completed pitchers to show you and 2 unfired pitchers ready to photograph. I'll be back here tomorrow.
Have a good week, friends.