Friday, March 31, 2017

Ducks and Pictures . .

There's usually one in every Family. . .
 Pastels (sky and Grass) .. .(Mama Duck is painted with Gesso). . .and pen and Pencil. 
Baby ducks and landscape are Prismacolor pencil.

Thank you Eva and Kristin for hosting a great place for artists and comments.. .. Paint Party Friday. 
Thank you so much for all the comments. I visit all I can. I learn so much from all of you.

 Squirrel took his peanut to his high place in the tree.
 Mallard Ducks, Male and Female at Fountain napping.  Notice heads in feathers 
and Female on one leg. . my Parakeet would do that too.
 Dark Clouds moving in on white cloud and blue sky.
 Dark Clouds overtake and Sun brings Rainbow.
 . . .while in another direction we still have White Clouds and Blue Sky.
Little things don’t mean a lot, They mean everything.

Friday, March 24, 2017

Foggy Day. . . .Sunrise at Fountain and Shadows, Mallard Ducks, Squirrrel

 I made the picture and didn't like, to I made it a 
Foggy Day.
 I used Pastels, Ink and gesso. Sundown in the country. Thank you Kristin and Eva for Paint Party Friday. Always fun, learning, happy experience. Be sure and visit more artists.

Thank you for visiting and commenting. I look forward to visiting you, albeit still trying to get used to the move and all that goes with it.

 Sunrise on the fountain with Shadows.
 Mallards, a couple, swim in the fountain.
 Purple trees around the city.
 Pink Flowers planted.
 Squirrel on my Patio eating a Peanut Breakfast.
Discovery consists of seeing what everybody has seen and thinking what nobody has thought. ~ Albert Szent-Gyogyi

Friday, March 17, 2017

Watercolor Farm and Horse pictures


Water color Farm. . .Corral in the back for the horses. . .Palm Tree. Sundown/Dusk.
Thank you Kristin and Eva for your time and efforts with the Paint Party Friday Blog. . AND Thank you all for visiting and commenting.  Your Art blogs are fun and I learn so much about products and techniques from you all.

Horse is rolling over . . .
 . . .and over didn't get his feet up in the air 
and scratching his back. . .poor thing.
 Now he's getting up. . .the other horse paid no attention.
 Monkey Flower in someone's garden.
 Mr. and Mrs. Mallard Duck.
 Moon over Tulsa.
Moon Close up.
Continue to share your heart with people, even if it's broken. Amy Poehler

Friday, March 10, 2017

Aligator at Sundown. . .Watercolor

Watercolor, ink, and pastels . . .Alligator reminds me of FL. I still miss it. I painted this earlier in the week and took the Sunset picture below last night. I paint it . . .it happens. . .

Thank you Kristin and Eva for Paint Party Friday. . .a place where there are many wonderful artists and lots of different art to see and learn about.  Thank you for visiting.  Busy week, we have a new baby in the family. . .second picture.

 Tulsa OK Sunset last night.
 New Family Member
 He likes to sit in the window. . . GAZ named after favorite
movie character. . . love the actor.
 He is a very sweet Kittah.
 Clouds, Plane and trail.
 Sun Beams and Clouds at Twilight.
 More Clouds and Sunset.
 Squirrel grabs peanut and heads for his favorite 
Breakfast Place.
 Our Mallard Ducks are back. . .Female and Male.
They are in the fountain.
 Bird comes to check out the food.
 Always Smile. Life isn’t always full of reasons to smile, but your smile itself is a reason for others to smile too.

Friday, March 3, 2017

Experimenting with different routines. . .basically Watercolor

 I used watercolor for the picture then added a large stamp with writing on it . . .experimenting with different kinds of techniques. . . finding out what I can do.  Thank you Eva and Kristin for Paint Party Friday with fun and adventurous artists. Thank you for the comments and help. I appreciate and value your opinions.

 Huge tree in the backyard that has bloomed for awhile.
 Different sorts of Clouds around.
 . . .and the mouse ran up the tree. . . .
 But fell down. . .now they both are very still. . .
as Gracie lays in wait.
Forget failure, remembering only the lessons learned, be thankful for them, and strain forward.