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THIS IS AN ORIGINAL WATERCOLOR PAINTING! Signed and dated by me, Annie (Moonsong) Vadeboncoeur. You mat and frame. Nothing else like it exists. It was my plant, I grew it in a glass. My dogwood tablecloth. My teapot. My fine air curtains. I love the wisps from the teapot, ah, watercolor happening, like it's steaming.

This is one in a series of kitchen paintings I did years ago, '82, to be exact! It's time to put it out there. The dimensions at the suggested pencil marks are for matting it at 13 1/8"x 12 1/8". That could also be the frame size.

I stretch my watercolor paper (if you do watercolors I beg you to try this! Convo for a discussion on it) so it acts like heavier weight paper for the price of lighter, like this one may actually have been a hot press 90lb. and feels and look like a 150lb. Great savings for a starving artist without giving up quality.

The fern was done with a masking tape resist so the background could be painted first. Then the tape was removed and the fern was painted. This adds a step, but I found if the shape you want to do is organic it's better to do it this way than the paint-on masks. I used rubber cement once and years later it yellowed the paper! arrgh!

So...hope you like it.

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ORIGINAL Watercolor Sunwashed Boston Fern on Dogwood Tablecloth with Teapot and Chopsticks


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  • Vintage handmade item from the 1980s
  • Materials: paper, watercolor paint, pencil
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 22 reviews
  • Favorited by: 14 people