Friday, November 11, 2016

Boat in Water with Rainbow overhead

 Rainbow over Boat in the Water. .Birds and Trees. .Sand. I used Pastels and Prismacolor Pencils. You can see what I miss.  Thank you Eva and Kristin for Paint Party Friday where we all have a chance to share our Art and share our passion. The most interesting part of PPF is the wonderful mixture of art and talent. Plus we find out about new art products on the market and how to use them.
EDIT:  I didn't realize that I added the Palm (where I used to live) and then a regular Tree (where I now live). Hummmm!

Thank you so much for your comments, suggestions and best wishes. I appreciate each and every one of you.
 The moon in the trees last night. . . 78 percent full.
 Squirrel 'on the fence' in the backyard.
 Burying nuts for winter, however, this one decided to have Breakfast.
 Pasture is just over the fence.
 Did you get a good picture. . .
Trees with a 'few' reds but mostly Gold this fall.
 Fantastic sunset last evening.
The most violent storms leave the brightest and longest rainbows. Keep the Faith. Hang in there. The clouds will pass.  Sometimes when things are falling apart they may actually be falling into Place.  ~ Terry Alex


  1. We need that promise rainbow right now. I love your photos, Janet.

  2. Lovely scene painting and beautiful photos.
    Happy PPF ❤

  3. I think your artwork may be a transition piece! I can't imagine living too far from the ocean though. It's also why my kids would never want to move!! Love your fantastic sunset...stunning!

    Hugs Giggles

  4. The rainbow is a sign of hope as is your quote at the end. Thanks for a most appropriate post. Your sunset is gorgeous.

  5. Very nice and such a lovely rainbow...there is hope...always! I like your trees, too!!
    The sunset is very pretty....our evening sky has been stunning here in Oregon, too.

  6. Rainbows is just what we need right now. Lovely as well as your photos.

  7. That's a beautiful quote Janet, and very fitting for this week .... I love how your rainbow travels from where you lived to where you live now. There must be some symbolism in there ;-)