Had such a busy week. Gardening mostly, so painting with plants! Anyhow here is my arty news.
Easter Challenge, kept til the last and done with care. Sue D'Arcy-Masters husband is connected with the Southport Lifeboat Station, and challenged me to paint the old station (a new one is going to be built) with the boat in front of it. So this is what I came up with. Guess what, they have had it framed and it is going up in the new building when it is finished. How lovely is that!
I wanted something to put in pencils that have been kept at the back of a drawer. I thought I might use them if they were to hand, so made these. I stuck on all the Easter Challenges that you out there set me, so I can remember the fun I had over the Easter weekend painting them. Empty baked bean tins and glue that doubles up as varnish were used.
And I took my last brusho mini workshop. I think they all enjoyed and learned from what I passed on from my workshop with Joanne Boon Thomas. This is one of the paintings we did (we managed 3 in 2 hrs) and this was by the far most successful of the ones we did. More brusho is being ordered and the word is spreading.
I am hoping for a quiet relaxing week this week. Putting my feet up and the odd afternoon tea.
Enjoy whatever you are doing, wherever you are.