Gullah Woman Slicing Bread

2.6.2019-007 Gullah Woman slicing bread

For the next month I plan to show some small paintings of Gullah people.  These paintings were inspired by research my husband did for a magazine article on Maum Celie, a great Gullah friend of his uncle who lived in South Carolina.  Maum Celie was a woman of great faith who also had the gift of healing.  Several pictures of  Gullah are already on my on-line gallery.  Click here if you are interested.

Pitchers and lemons

A blue-banded old fashioned tea pot, cup, and cream pitcher on a white tablecloth posed several problems for me. The first one was making the teapot look like china. The reflection seemed to do the trick. The lemons were an add-on to tie together the pieces of china. To see more information go to my online art gallery by clicking here.