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Mitchell gave me some amazing parrot tulips this year — the colors were gorgeous even as they were drying and fading into burnished golds. I had no time to paint then, but did take pics and made sketches. Finished color … 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
This project is a hard one for me… Because of the current state of our government I am feeling like censoring my own art in posting. NEVER have I felt like that. I don’t know if I will finish this Sketchbook … Continue reading
Sammy is a single cat for the first time. He’s always had a tumble-down face-licking pal to play with… We’ve decided to let him have his own pal, but whether to get a cat his own age or kittens to … Continue reading
Because I journal and do morning stream of consciousness exercises, I am again trying to participate in Linda Hill’s Stream of Consciousness Saturday. I write to a timer, 15 minutes, no editing except spelling, and of course I add my … Continue reading
Roy DeLeon‘s stories are simple and mesmerizing, like a zen poem. Simple truth, compassion, reflection. His sketches are delightful. They bring a smile to my face, even when they are dealing with sorrow, because there is a message of compassion. … Continue reading