Bamboo Morning Tea


Laura Milnor Iverson

Acrylic on Canvas
14" x 11"

NFS (not for sale). Please see information below for ordering prints.

Side view:
Bamboo Morning Tea
A darling orange kitten with white paws sleeps in the window of a Japanese teahouse (my kitten, Loki, was the model). Steam rises from a purple ceramic teapot with a bamboo handle. Teacups rest invitingly on a tray. Outside, the rising sun illuminates bright green Spring bamboo. Inspired by the Japanese tea ceremony. This zen landscape is an original acrylic painting on a gallery-wrapped stretched canvas (the 3/4" staple-free sides are finished off in black acrylic)--no need to frame. It has been lightly varnished to protect the paint and preserve the lustrous colors. The copyright watermark does not appear on the actual painting.

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Handmade Pendant

A black ribbon necklace is included so the piece is ready to wear. These have an extender chain that adjusts from approximately 18" - 20", closing with a lobster claw clasp. If you would like a longer length, a 24" ball chain may be substituted at the time of purchase.

Please note that this pendant may be made to order. Allow an extra 2-4 days or contact me first to see if one is in stock.

Size:

1 1/4" or 30mm (not including the bail, which is the piece that fits over the cord)

Material:

Archival print topped with a glass cabochon. For the setting, silver plating on lead-free base metal.

Price:

$29.00

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Bamboo Morning Tea zencat86 by Laura Milnor Iverson
Bamboo Morning Tea
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