What if you spent every day looking for One Beautiful Thing?

Crazy Plate Lady:



Jacqueline Poirier

Jacqueline Poirier paints stuff on white plates. Doesn’t sound that interesting? I thought the same until I saw them.

Her subjects cover a really wide variety of subjects – from koi to pancakes to landscapes to Mike Tyson, and they’re all stunning, no matter how banal the subject. They’re so good, in fact, that she was named the Resident Artist at The Ritz-Carlton in Toronto. Who knew that was even a thing? She has a little shop in the hotel, the restaurant’s walls are covered in them, and all their meals come on her one-of-a-kind painted charger plates.

She’s also plate painter to the stars, with commissions for A-list luminaries like Morgan Freeman and Al Pacino. It’s easy to see why she’s been such a huge success. She seems to paint everything with equal talent and skill. Who does that?

Anyway, I need a whole lot of them. Unfortunately, although her website has a shopping cart, I have yet to figure out how to actually buy the things. But I’m going to keep trying!

Her instagram @thecrazyplatelady  is where a lot of the magic happens. Go check her out!

All photos property of Jacqueline Poirier.


Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

30 thoughts on “Crazy Plate Lady:

  1. Hmmmmm. I thought cool….until I remember I had seen the llama somewhere last year at an art festival. I talked to the artist about the llama in the red scarf….uh? Who is taking whose work here? Check this out!

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  2. Showed husband…he said, no, we saw that this last spring…so not last year, but spring 2016.

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  3. These are amazing Donna ๐Ÿ™‚
    She is so talented.

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  4. Talented indeed! But how interesting that she may be unethical. It would be unusual for such a successful, well known artist (as she appears to be) to get away with copyright infringement but, on the other hand, is it likely that she has paid a licensing fee to all the owners of the images she is using as the basis of her plate paintings? How intriguing. I do so love that chameleon plate though.

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  5. So glad I saw your post. I’m heading over to her site. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  6. I’m partial to her portraits. Stunning!

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  7. Too cool! ๐Ÿ™‚

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  8. This is really neat, I have never seen any artwork like this before. Incorporating everyday objects and pop culture images is so cool. Thanks for sharing the link to her site, I am going to check it out!

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