Fun times are always to be had when I work on these paintings. The detail part, where I slather joint compound on my base, and then play away with shapes and stamps, vintage buttons and doilies, and even bubble wrap is no more fun than adding layers of color and sealer until I get the right look. Each painting is so different in color because it's so enjoyable to try different combinations. This painting is up for your consideration at my MothersDreamRtworks shop.
It felt sooooo good to sculpt again! I have several deadlines to meet, one of which is the PFATT Marketplace update this week. After doing yard work for an hour, and helping Nature Guy scrape paint on the garage for 30 minutes I got cleaned up and set up my folding table in the back yard to work outside. It was a lovely day, not too hot, not too cool. So I have a little froggy started here, and a bunny almost ready to paint, whoohoo!
All three of these pieces made it into the art show, yippeeeee! Okay, so I sound a bit giddy, but I am excited about the show. I would have posted this sooner, but wow does life get away from me at times. Gardening has started, the household chores are still there, and work has given me more hours, so with that, and travel and so on, I almost forgot to share. I also see I didn't share the apple painting, so here it is, along with the other two. The Textured abstract has a buyer if it doesn't sell at the show in Oregon.
Well, off to post a recipe on Simply Sheryl's. Stop if you can!