Thursday, March 1, 2012

My Favorite Vignette

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Alison @ The Polo House is hosting her Favorites on the First party, and this month she wants us to share our favorite vignettes in our homes.

My favorite vignette?  It is not that pretty.  One reason is that we do not have much surface area in our house for vignettes because we have an open-concept floor plan with very few walls and tons of windows. But it is my favorite because I enjoy painting in our studio!


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My supplies basket


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Paintings in progress


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Another tiny painting from Joyce Washor's book, Big Art, Small Canvas



What is your favorite vignette in your home?


Until next time...

Blessings!
Ricki Jill

21 comments:

  1. YOU are so talented, Ricki Jill!
    I wish, oh how I wish I could paint like you!

    That settee is amazing.
    Love it!
    Thanks for sharing.
    Love your open and airy setting.
    :)

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  2. That's a pretty vignette, I can see why it's your favorite!
    Your paintings are wonderful & those tiny ones are too cute. Are they difficult to paint being so small like that?

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  3. Beautiful paintings Ricki.
    Cute basket to hold all your supplies.
    Your settee is also amazing.

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  4. What a wonderful, light-filled space! A great room.

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  5. Hi RJ, I love this first photograph. Gorgeous vignette with the art, flowers and supplies basket. The bookcase and window just add to the loveliness. I wish I had an artistic talent like you as to need an art studio! Your talent is such a gift. I also like your open floor plan in your home. To answer your question, my favorite vignette is one with my Quimper collection! No surprise I'm sure.

    ~Emily
    The French Hutch

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  6. Looks so beautiful. The painting look georgous and the flowers. Love your studio. Looks like a lovely place to paint!

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  7. Just beautiful what you posted and I love the artwork that you have done. If I had the choice between walls and alot of windows I would choose the windows. HA! HA!

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  8. so inspiring! and romantic. so happy to discover you at the polo house. come visit anytime.

    michele

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  9. Hi Ricki!!! I'm co-hosting a blog hop this weekend! Come by and link up :)

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  10. I can see why it is your favorite! Gorgeous!

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  11. What a lovely setting!! Your paintings are gorgeous! You're so talented!

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  12. So cute, you always have things decorated so neatly! I don't have anything really decorated well lol.

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  13. I think this is a lovely setting for doing your artwork and the vignette of paintings and paint supplies is perfect. You do beautiful work. Visiting from The Polohouse. Pamela

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  14. and what pretty paintings they area. What a lovely place to paint

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  15. Such beautiful paintings. You have a lovely home. I'd love to have you link to Seasonal Sundays.

    - The Tablescaper

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  16. What pretty supplies! I'm sure you get lots of inspiration in such a lovely spot.



    Kelly

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  17. Oh, this is perfect vignette. Your supply basket is so neat and organized! Love your paintings, Ricki Jill. You are very talented. I wish I could draw and paint with some talent.

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  18. Lovely! I like the little basket. Have a great weekend.

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  19. stunning! I love those little paintings! Okay, and I also love the settee that we see in the background!

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  20. Definitely a beautiful vignette. You could paint it in a still life -- the entire vignette, a painting of your painting! I'm serious, it would be lovely.
    CAS

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  21. I enjoy small paintings. I like them without the frames, too.I have one near my desk and want to start changing it out there with other ones.

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