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Teapot--Let's Talk a While by dosankodebbie

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This is an Etegami painting on a soft washi card. Etegami is a traditional Japanese folk art that combines simple images with thoughtful words.

Materials used for this piece are sumi ink, gansai paints, and absorbent washi cardstock. The drawing tools I used are a bamboo quill pen and a natural fiber Japanese coloring brush. Dimensions of the original work are 10cm x 15cm (approx. 4” x 6”).

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conversation, etegami, folk art, japan, sumi ink, tea, teapot, washi paper, watercolor

I am a professional Japanese-to-English translator and an Etegami artist. Etegami is a traditional Japanese folk art that combines thoughtful words with simple images painted on washi paper.

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  • Lisa Michelle Garrett
    Lisa Michelle ...almost 4 years ago

    I love the syle and lines used in this piece…very pleasing to the eye!

  • Lisa Michelle Garrett
    Lisa Michelle ...almost 4 years ago

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  • Thank you for your encouraging comment!

    – dosankodebbie

  • mimi yoon
    mimi yoonalmost 4 years ago

    i’d love to learn to do etegami painting…. most beautiful… : )

  • I love doing Etegami! I hope my passion for it comes across in my work. Thank you for your comment.

    – dosankodebbie

  • eoconnor
    eoconnoralmost 4 years ago

    wonderful !! liz

  • You are very encouraging. Thanks you so much.

    – dosankodebbie

  • davvi
    davvialmost 4 years ago

    wonderful work.it expresses freedom and pleasure.

  • Freedom and pleasure. I like that. Thank you.

    – dosankodebbie

  • Sally Griffin
    Sally Griffinalmost 4 years ago

    So enjoy this work. Playful and inviting.
    Sally

  • Thank you, Sally. Tea is such a lubricant for human fellowship, don’t you think?

    – dosankodebbie

  • Albert
    Albertalmost 4 years ago

    milk and one sugar please………

  • Um, it is green tea in the tea pot. In Japan, we wouldn’t drink it any way but plain. Nevertheless, don’t let me stop you from adding what you like. : )

    – dosankodebbie

  • ctheworld
    ctheworldover 3 years ago

    I love tea and this is just wonderful!

  • judygal
    judygalalmost 3 years ago

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