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Monica Loos

art / design / paper goods

selling original art, art prints and paper goods based on paintings and designs made my monica in san francisco, california.

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little bits from my studio, my home, my life, and my brain

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365 Days in my Kitchen: 281

Monica Loos

Three Tomatoes in a Bowl

Today's kitchen drawing is inspired by the *live* creativebug class I did today, along side my boys: bling contour drawing! In case you are unfamiliar with it, the main idea is that your pen/pencil never lifts off the paper and your eyes never look at your paper. You do not know what your drawing looks like until it's done. This, of course, was a simple and super quick pen drawing to which I added a little color via pastels.

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365_274 Metal Strainer

Why, oh why, are there so many ovals in my kitchen?! Arggg!

paella pan | monica loos

Paella Pan

I've always had an affinity for a paella pan. No idea why. Possibly my several-generations-back Spanish ancestry...? This one is a no-frills (well the red handles are something) get-the-job-done paella pan.

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coffee maker | monica loos Coffee Maker

I believe this is the last of our coffee making tools.

Paella Rice | monica loos

Paella Rice

We cooked up our first paella. Substituted octopus for squid, but it threw us off a bit, as we've never prepared octopus before, and it came up a bit rubbery. We have some room for improvement, but overall, it was quite tasty! And just how great is the packaging on this rice?!

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 Pichuberries

These caught my eye in the produce section at first glance, because of their color. I then noticed they hail from Colombia, as do my parents and many of my childhood summer memories. They are quite enjoyable. Mildly sweet and also a little tart. Like nature's Sweettarts. They grow in a little thin husk like a tomatillo and are shaped like raspberry-sized blueberries. A fun discovery that I may not have made today if I weren't on the lookout for something to paint. 

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fiddle leaf clipping / monica loos Fiddle Leaf Clipping

Not sure if he'll make it. The whole plant is looking a bit lack luster. Good luck, little one! 365_362

Measuring Cups

The metal kind. Painted using only one color paint: Mars Black

p.s. Sorry my posts have been so random. My intent is to be daily, but sometimes client work, kid stuff, car stuff, life stuff has a way of butting in. Thank you for hanging in there with me!