It's an easel day.
To me, that means that I am going to spend
the majority of the day at the easel.
Here is what I started yesterday evening:
It's a giraffe, but you can't really tell, yet.
This was in the late afternoon, yesterday.
|Here we are at bedtime. Kind of interesting, huh?|
So, I need to work on the giraffe today and
set up a new painting to finish out my
Maybe a lion cub?
Thanks to my good friend Madeline Hoffman, I am hooked on these 12 X 12 museum canvases. I really like to use them.
She has also gifted me with this great container with a lid that keeps my paint from drying up.
Have I mentioned that she is also very gifted? Go to Artworks Gallery to check out her work.
|One of Madeline's pieces. Watercolor.|
Another good friend of mine (Beth, of Granny Bees) is on the
"Sherry, why don't you give painting lessons" bandwagon.
I am thinking about it.
She has some ideas about how I should go about setting it up.
If you have an interest in taking lessons, let me know.
I think it might be fun.
Well, I had better get to "work".
Can we really call it work?
Air conditioning, TV and a tall glass of tea...
now, if I can only make an income at it...
See you later on today.
Have a good one, ok?
2:30 in the afternoon.....
AND WE ARE DONE!