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Friday, September 9, 2011

Kitchen love & Creative Tuesday

Words and actions, kitchen love. How our mothers teach us to cook/or not...

My mother didn't teach me to cook she couldn't stand having someone underfoot in the kitchen but she did teach me to be fearless in the kitchen.

To not be tied to a recipe to substitute with abandon and be creative.
We shared the love of good food, growing a garden and enjoying the harvest.
Kitchen love is a good thing to pass on to our children.
Using word and art challenge from the Three Muses. Plus Artists in Blogland.
Creative Tuesday kitchen challenge as well.

19 comments:

Marcia said...

nice painting!

Kat W said...

Beautiful painting & lovely sentiment behind it. Its a great gift from your mum to instill fearless creating in the kitchen. It lends itself to teaching fearless creating in all mediums.

Kat :-)

Shelly Schmidt said...

Lovely! My Mom did teach me to cook/bake. She is a fabulous cook and I wish I had more of her talent!

Joni Nickrent said...

WONDERFUL WORK...love the softness and beauty in your paintings and the idea to be fearless in the kitchen! Thanks for the show and tell! POP ART MINIS

bohemiannie! art said...

beautiful painting

Taluula said...

Oh wow, this is a wonderful painting, thank you for sharing at the three muses this week.

Fallingladies said...

great theme,,, wish I'd learned to cook from my grandma!

Debbie said...

Gorgeous painting! Love the softness! Great sentiment and your story!

NatashaMay said...

I love the fell of this. So much love and warmth. :)

Heather said...

I love the angle and perspective of this. It's so fun not using recipes....I, in fact made dinner tonight without a recipe book - and it was delicious....wonderful watercolor.

Wanda said...

Oh what a lovely kitchen scene. I feel like I'm in the room with you. Such a sweet painting, and I think I could smell something good coming from the oven.

Missy said...

Very lovely!

linda said...

Such a lovely warm picture.

Betsy said...

This is just beautiful! :)

art2cee2 said...

This is just so very sweet! :-)

Joni Nickrent said...

AMAZING! Love the softness and the use of color! PopArtMinis

(Queenmothermamaw) Peggy said...

Love the mom and daughter touch. So life like. I love it.
QMM

Terrie said...

This painting tells such a heart warming story - beautifully done! visiting from artists in blogland

Dyche Designs said...

Beautiful. My mother tried to teach me to cook but I remain a lost cause. When I started burning holes in the bottoms of her pans, only then was I banished from the kitchen. :0)