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Stared with linework then tried to switch to a wet brush using Robert Oster Heart of Gold ink. Spiders scare me badly; I’ve done a lot of work on them. I don’t kill them anymore unless they crawl out from … Continue reading
*warning… sad angry political post* I love coyotes. I love animals period. The feds are going to allow them to be hunted for sport and are even making a game out of it. I wept. I am so over the … Continue reading
Seven Years ago today. I did a tip-in from one of his music books and am thinking that I’d like to do more of these but the paper is so brittle and everything feathers on it… Still, it is interesting … Continue reading
Heading into the Dark of the Moon, I saw the crescent tonight. I love the inks overlapping. Ink painting, Robert Oster (Bronze, Thunderstorm, and Orange) and Birmingham but not sure which. To hear about classes, follow me on Facebook or … Continue reading
Waking to a half moon so bright it was like a full moon! Cat cuddles followed when they saw I was awake. Robert Oster Graphite ink does all that color… To hear about classes, follow me on Facebook or check … Continue reading
Artists around the world are showing solidarity with the New Zealand Mosques. I see this as a prayer that the USA will choose sanity. Understand I grew up with guns, have nothing against them… But this is plain stupid… the … Continue reading
Cropping the images was a bit like how it was to experience the moon setting. I saw more and more through the window. And then it was right there and so bright. Ink painting, Robert Oster (Bronze, Thunderstorm, and Orange) … Continue reading
Happy Diwali, of course done the eve of not today! Auspiciously, I filled the last available page in my journal on Diwali Eve with this prayer for Diwali; I opened my next journal the next morning. We light the candles, … Continue reading