Tag: Pottery

Rabbit Bowl and Pepper by K Henderson

Rabbit Bowl and Peppers, 30 x 30, oil on canvas I love painting pottery. I should do it more often. This painting shows 3 pieces of Southwestern pottery, red peppers and a blanket. Available See more of my Western Art on my Blog   http://khendersonart2.blogspot.com

Child of Pottery

Composed from 2 refs. This layout breaks so many rules, but I think it works. Digitally painted in oils. ArtRage4. Appx 3600×2700 pxls (9×12) at 300 ppi resolution.

Red Pot and Peppers Still Life by K. Henderson

Red Pot and Peppers, 30 x 30, oil on canvas  It's been a while since I've created one of my 'Pot' still lifes. I've always enjoyed painting them so I felt it was time for a new one. This painting has 3 pots, red peppers and a photo of an American Indian woman. See more…

Still Life 7 8"x10" oil

What I like about this one is that it is based real stuff (flowers, vase, apples and stuff like that) but the brushwork is leaning towards the abstract and I find that exciting! To purchase this painting gocontact me. To sign up for my newsletter go here To "like" my fanpage go here To go…

Southwest Pottery 2 by K Henderson

Southwest Pottery 2, 8 x 10,  oil on canvas I've painted this piece of Southwestern Pottery several times. It's one of my favorites. I love using strong lights in my still lifes.   Original painting available. Prints and cards Available http://khendersonart2.blogspot.com/2013/12/southwest-pottery-2.html

Polish Pottery

We were traveling on the coast and my wife and daughter wandered through the gift shops, not an unusual occurrence. In the back of one was a display of handpainted teaware from Poland, and the combination — tea, Poland — had my Polish wife transfixed. Shortly afterward I was informed that we were the proud…


This is one of my wife's favorite paintings, bringing together in one place a collection of pre-Columbian Peruvian pottery that had reposed, undamaged in a house of five children, on the low ledge near the fireplace of her family home. These artifacts, used by ordinary people 1,000 years ago, amaze me every time I pick…

Fireside Pot maker

  Fireside Pot maker – Oil on 9 x 12 Canvas Panel – Painted 2/11/2010 – In my mind I could see the flickering open fire reflecting color off the potters mud covered wet slicked hands as he / or she formed the pot from wet clay. The fire only provides minimum light, but still…

Vessel of the Soul

Vessel of the Soul, oil on canvas, 30 x 40 I've painted this piece of Southwestern Pottery several times. It's one of my favorites. I love using strong lights in my still lifes. http://khendersonart2.blogspot.com/

Wiskey Jug and Oil Lamp

  Painted April 24, 2009 Whiskey Jug and Oil Lamp – Oil on 9 x 12 Canvas Panel – This is really an exercise in perspective. I reality, the lamp and jug are similar in size. I used the placement of objects to emphasize the drama perspective can create within a painting. I hope you…