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They are like doodles… I draw meditating cats a LOT. ☾ We are the World bloghop is happening Friday! Do YOU have an uplifting story to tell? Share it Friday and link here: Interested in lifting the vibration in th … Continue reading
Lady Beatrix has attitude. She owns one of my best friends. She has taken possession of the blanket I made Ruthie. This was a FAST sketch and experiment with watery inks and sprayed water on sample paper. To hear about … Continue reading
I’ve been looking forward to finishing my last A5 book so I could start the Hahnemühle Watercolour Book, my spring gift to me! I am picky about my journals and have tried several, only to find they came apart or I … Continue reading
What fun is life if you don’t play around with your colors? Can you see Ganesha in the watery mess I made? I love him… he is going to Mitchell with a love poem! Experimenting with Hahnemühle Post Card, made … Continue reading
Sammy gets sent through the mail… (Hahnemühle watercolor post cards) Now that the other cats are gone, when Sammy can’t be with his bestest pal in the world, Mitchell, he loosk so sad. We ring him to the studio, but … Continue reading
Okay, I admit it… I bought these for the TIN. My studio paints are overflowing into lots of little tins, and I loved the flowers on these tins and the size. (How I used these tins and organized my paints … Continue reading