My mom had this Chinese jar (urn?) for years; now it is mine.
I don’t where it came from; know nothing about the history.
I like it cozied next to a Buddha statue.
I sketched it first with the TWSBI Eco 1.1 with Robert Oster Midnight Sapphire ink, above. After it was dry I touched the lines with the waterbrush… Always a risk when
you like the final drawing, but this time I liked both.
Finished page — I think of Tracey Fletcher King
whenever I see blue and white pottery, her signature!
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