Wednesday, July 2, 2014

I’m Baacckk

 

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A very long absence but finally settling into doing some journaling, sketching and playing with watercolours.

Just signed up for this class. It’s my fourth or fifth with Mary Ann Moss – always lots of fun and inspiration. She even includes some cocktail recipes in the class content. That girl knows how to roll!

The above contour drawing is my first effort. I am really enjoying fresh flowers this Summer, Can’t get enough of their colour, scent and beauty.

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Little fabric hanging

This little hanging was inspired by projects I've seen lately online. The branch on the top is one I brought back from France on my last trip. I was going to chisel the end Into a point to use it as a pen but I never got around to doing that. I am happy to put it to use 


Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Another Page


This is my second page playing with watercolours, I added in a stamp image plus some Copic marker highlights. So much fun!


Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Watercolour Class

A mixed media page I did this morning. I signed up a few days ago for Julie Fei-Fan Balzer's Introduction to Watercolor class and worked through a couple of the lessons which were quick and fun. I am happy with the result and learned a few things that I will tweak on future pages. 

Sunday, May 26, 2013

Christie Antique Show 2013

A friend and I attended this show yesterday. Brrr, the weather was sunny with a brisk wind that made us wish we had brought our gloves. So many wonderful dealers with so many treasures! We wore out our legs and eyes! 

We tried to restore ourselves with sausage on a bun and fresh cut fries. Is there a way to purge my arteries today from all that delicious greasiness?

We both found some small items to take home – ironstone and silver-plate pieces and, of course, some paper and lace treasures for me.    Here are some photos or our day.

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Can’t wait for the Fall show!

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