Thursday, 29 May 2008

The Big Reveal!

Rooms On View opens today, and I can finally show and tell!

I made one half of a dinner service, decorating plates and matching side plates with transfers, for the South Africa House exhibit. Heather did the other half of the dinner service, but I'm afraid you'll have to wait till after her holiday to see it (though there's a peek here).








I made a few extra, just in case. The transfers didn't take on the side plate I made for this one, unfortunately.



Tomorrow I'll show some pics of the printing, sewing and knitting I did for the show. It was such fun to work on!

17 comments:

julia said...

Wouaouhhh!!!!!! I love them, they are so delicate, the colours are perfect.
as usual, great work!!
I can't fing Gocco print in France :-((

MissK said...

Love the colours,looks amazing

Cristina said...

They so beautiful,congrats :)

Erin said...

wow-- I really love the designs, and they came out beautifully!

Roze said...

I saw them this morning at Rooms on View. They are great! Beautiful and delicate. I love the colours!

Mrs. Benitez said...

Those are really beautiful, Jesse!

Sam said...

So, so beautiful! My favorite is the third one down.

patricia said...

I love them ALL! Gorgeous!

painted fish studio said...

i loooooove the dinnerware!

masha said...

These are so elegant. It looks like you had fun! I've just done hand decorated ceramics, this looks so impressive.

Leanne Graeff said...

Oh - how great! I can't wait to see the process.

thewren said...

These are lovely. I love the simplicity of the designs. The two colours are also fantastic. Well done!

HB said...

Wow what an amazing event, endeavour and outcome!

Knitsonya said...

So wonderful!

irene said...

oh wow these are absolutely gorgeous, i love the patterns so much and the colors are just perfect!

veronica said...

great wonderful...I want them....

Francesca said...

jesse these are glorious! i especially love the one with all the little leaves in the middle. but they are all lovely, really interesting compositions. must have taken you ages to decide where to place everything.