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Jean Tori | Art, Inspiration and Design Jean Tori Art, Inspiration and Design Main menu Skip to primary content Skip to secondary content Home Contact Exhibitions Jean Tori’s Story Privacy and cookie policy Post navigation ← Older posts Winter View Painting Inspiration Posted on October 10, 2014 by Jean Reply This Winter View painting was very much a chaek-k?ri. This is a Korean term that means painted scene of the scholar or artist’s studio with their favorite and most precious objects, such as paper, brushes, brush holders, ink stone, desks and bookshelves. Here are some of my favorite things and the photos below show where I got my painting inspiration. ‘The Winter View’ by Jean Tori 2005 ? I was inspired by some of my favorite things that surround me daily, such as a wooden chair with my painted teapot fabric. Chair with Jean Tori painted teapot fabric The Foo Dog (Lion Dog) in the painting is my favorite incense burner that I use every day. Lion Dog incense holder I also included some of my favorite Chinese carpets with chickens, roosters and cranes. Chinese chicken and rooster carpet Chinese stork carpet Posted in Painted Furniture, Umbria | Tagged Chaek-k?ri, Korean Folk Art, Paintings of chairs | Leave a reply The Cat Painting and the Pope Posted on October 3, 2014 by Jean Reply Here is one of those stories about artwork getting around. Dr. Gianni Bonadonna is my friend and aside from having been one of the leading oncologists in the world, he is also the founder of Fondazione Michelangelo (a cancer research charity foundation www.fondazionemichelangelo.org). Gianni also writes books and occasionally he asks me if he can use one of my paintings for a book cover. For his most recent book “Appuntamento Col Padreterno” (Appointment With God), Gianni asked if he could print one of my cat paintings, titled Moon Gazing I . Moon Gazing I by Jean Tori I originally painted the cat watching the moon for a “Moon Gazing” collection of cards for our design company, Kimono Rabbit (www.kimonorabbit.com) [which supports the Michelangelo Foundation with its Christmas card sales]. Lots of people like the cat. I think it’s a simple image yet very symbolic. It was a good choice for Gianni’s book cover. Gianni Bonadonna’s book, Appointment With God A few days ago, Gianni was in Rome visiting Pope Francesco and gave him the book. Here is the photograph of Gianni and the Pope, who is holding a copy of the book with my cat on the cover. A very well traveled piece of artwork! Gianni Bonadonna with Papa Francesco 17.9.2014 Posted in Kimono Rabbit, Travels | Tagged Book covers, Cats, Fondazione Michelangelo | Leave a reply Tulip Painting Inspired by Amsterdam Posted on August 29, 2014 by Jean Reply Inspiration comes in all forms, mediums and above all experiences, from real life travels and daily views to stories overheard and sometimes even a collection of photographs can trigger a creative idea. After Anthinula (my daughter) returned from Amsterdam with a great series of images, this is what I painted. (There’s a Kimono Rabbit watermark as it’s now a card and print in their new collection.) ‘Yellow Tulips’ by Jean Tori 2014 ? for Kimono Rabbit The trees lining the canals in the following photograph must have had a trickle down effect in my mind and that’s why there are trees outside of the window in the painting. Canals of Amsterdam, photo by Anthinula Tori I’ve painted tulips, which are everywhere in Amsterdam (even in the museum shops), but they are also all over my garden in the spring, and bunches of them are always an inspiration to paint. Blue and White Dutch designs, photo by Anthinula Tori For the table cloth I used one of my favorite Art Deco designs and I painted it in blue and white inspired by Amsterdam’s fabulous blues on the fa?ades of the houses. Blue painted houses of Amsterdam, photo by Anthinula Tori Here is the Kimono Rabbit website www.kimonorabbit.com Posted in Tempera Paints, Travels | Tagged Amsterdam, Art Deco, Flowers, Tulips | Leave a reply Textile and Painted Mounts Surrounding Paintings Posted on July 2, 2014 by Jean Reply Sometimes what surrounds the painting adds to the painting. I often frame my paintings with different textured mounts (also known as mat, border and passe-partout). I went a bit crazy with this mat, but it was a lot of fun and I love the completely different juxtaposition of whimsical rabbit eating carrot painting and passe-partout collage of fish. I was given the mount-type-paper-frame, which had cut out fish prints from early 20th century books glued on to it. I added to it by cutting out a postcard of a Japanese black and white carp (on the right) and filled in the rest with my painted coloured fish. Carrot Rabbit II by Jean Tori 2011 with fish painted mat Here is a flower painting with an embroidered flower mount Continuity in flowers. Yellow Flowers by Jean Tori 2004 with embroidered flower fabric See a past post for more examples and ideas: http://jeantori.com/2012/02/mats-around-paintings/ Posted in Chinese Zodiac Animals, My Art Studio, Tempera Paints | Tagged collage, Fish, FIsh paintings, Material, Passe partout, Texture | Leave a reply Once upon a time there was a showroom in Seoul. Posted on June 24, 2014 by Jean Reply In Seoul, South Korea, many moons ago (we’re talking early 1970s) I had a showroom/ workshop with a friend in an original Korean home with wooden beams and paper screen doors. We had some things made by the craftsmen and craftswomen who produced Korean Folk Art, for example, potters, box maker, fan maker, comb maker and wood carvers. South Korea arts and craft show room photo n.1 Sometimes, the box maker and wood carvers would make certain things to my specific requirements such as wooden animals and wooden framed mirrors, which I would then paint. South Korea arts and crafts show room photo n. 4 The other thing I used to design were giant dolls that a seamstress used to sew. My friend was the one behind the padded jackets and jean dresses decorated with her appliques. South Korea arts and craft show room photo n.3 There was also the artisan who produced ox horn beads and the silversmith who made jewelry pieces according to my designs so that I could make necklaces. (That was me in 1974 and you can see my necklaces hanging behind me.) Jean Tori in the arts and crafts show room in South Korea 1974 Finding all these old photographs of the workshop/ showroom was a fun visit down memory lane and it is almost like a then and now with our little cottage industry – then, 40 years ago in Asia, and now with Kimono Rabbit in Umbria and England. I’m not painting on boxes for Kimono Rabbit’s home decor and greeting card business, but I am painting a lot pictures for their cards and cushion cover designs. It’s quite a déjà vu! www.kimonorabbit.com Posted in Kimono Rabbit, My Art Studio, Travels | Tagged House in Seoul, Korean Folk Art, South Korea | Leave a reply Ming Ceramics and Roses Posted on June 1, 2014 by Jean Reply I...

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