Friday, May 25, 2018

Vacation Cottages

Prismacolor Pencil and Pastels. . .Vacation Cottages.  Yep, I still miss FL.  Thank you Eva and Kristin for hosting Paint Party Friday every week. 
The computer is not fixed yet, so I am slowly going on the laptop.  I am so sorry for missing everyone's art. . .thank you for visiting and keeping me on your list. The comments give me incentive.

 I finally have outdoor furniture and lights. The early morning OJ drink is excellent with the soothing and comforting sounds of the Fountain, the birds. . .the breeze and the sights of the  Squirrels close up having their breakfast with me. One of them sits and stares at me.  No idea what she is thinking. . .

 I go for my walk around back and across the fence saw the horse rolling in the grass.  
He eventually came up for grass.  The gray just keeps eating.

 The pasture has the most beautiful tree line.
 Caught the moon one night.
 Squirrel high in the tree.
 This is the reason I bought duck food.
AND this is my front yard.
Sunset and clouds one night on the way home.
ART is not what you see, but what you make others see.

Friday, May 18, 2018

Twilight Fall Tree. . .moon.

Twilight fall tree and moon. . . I used Prismacolor pencils, ink pen, silver pencil and pastels on the sky.
Thank you Eva and Kristin for hosting Paint Party Friday every week. I have a computer crash (will be fixed the coming week) and finishing the lessons. I will be visiting the following week.  Sorry about missing your wonderful are work. Thank you for visiting and leaving comments. I treasure them.

 1920s house. . .
 . . .trees in the side yard finally grew leaves.
 Squirrel up high enjoying peanut.
 Baby Squirrel up close.
 Horse in Pasture and Barn.
 Mallard duck in front yard. . .
 . .just bought duck food night before.
 Mallard Male and Female.
 Fountain cleaned and my Fern from upstairs.
To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson

Friday, May 11, 2018

Yellow Cottage in the Mountains . . .waterfall . . and Pictures of the Week

 Mountains (some snow), waterfall, trees, Yellow Cottage and car.  I used Pastels, Prismacolor Pencils, ink pen, acrylic paint and marker.   It took me a number of full days to take the art classes on line, sorry I was unable to see any art this week. I have another class (not art) that is a variety of issues. . .so will be busy for another week. I appreciate your comments and thoughts so much thank you. Thank you Kristin and Eva for hosting this great Paint Party Friday.

 Tired Squirrel peeking over the edge.
 Our mid-court fountain.
 MOON the other night.
 Moon and Tree.
 1920s house, I never get tired of seeing this one.
 Very unique trees . . .clouds behind.
 Minx watching the birds and the squirrels.
 Bunnies in the backyard.
 Bunny in the shadows.
 One of my favorite trees, almost perfect.
You can’t go back and change the beginning, but you can start where you are and change the ending. CS Lewis

Friday, May 4, 2018

Paris Balcony. . .Eiffel Tower

I used Pastels, Ink, and Prismacolor pencils.   Thank you so much Eva and Kristin for all you do for us to be able to share and comment and learn so much from each other. I appreciate all comments and look forward to seeing all the blogs. I wish I had more time.  I've logged into an ART seminar and another seminar on line that will be till the middle of May. I will try to get around to as many as I can. Such a learning process which never runs out. Loving it though. Be sure and visit Paint Party Friday.

 Storms this week. . .soaking rain.
 My front yard plants love it though.
 Squirrel on the Patio.
My Favorite Tree. . .perfectly branched.
 Bird flying in the clouds.
 Horse ready to go in. . .
 Brown horse in front pasture.
 1920s House. . Picket Fence. . . trees.
 1920s house side yard/garden.
 Helicopter overhead tonight.
Twilight Sunset.
Failure is the opportunity to begin again more intelligentlyHenry Ford