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Jen I went to your bio page and the option for Conversation wasn't showing up for me to click on I I tried last week to send you my address and get yours in return. I did click on the Friend request but that is still pending. Not sure what's up there. I wasn't able to send JV Schiffer one either.
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The Conversation option still doesn't show up when I click on your user name at the bio sight. I'll keep checking back to see if it's there yet. Have a great Thanksgiving Jen!
Happy Thanksgiving to all and to all a good night!
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Ho! Ho! Ho! Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!
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Happy Thanksgiving! Gobble! Gobble! Gobble!
Just call me Ole Corny!
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Gobble to all
next meeting will be held at weight watchers.....
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Pastel Teachers' hands are usually chalk-full. (by Marsha Ross)
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Hi HAPPY THANKSGIVING TO EVERYONE Hi all Ruthie sculptures a monument commemorating the first settlement on Mars in what will be the courtyard fountain 11x14 140# arches CP limited palette using paynes grey,venetian red,raw sienna and cobolt blueFred
Blue Ridge Mountains Art Center
Southern Appalachian Artists Guild
Very nice, Fred - red atmosphere noted!
Busy here basting turkey and watercolor toning the gourdophonium - soon ready for pyrography, mouthpiece fitting, and other touches:
Happy Thanksgiving to all.
Bob: very very interesting... looking forward to final...
Fred: geeze best rocks ever.... Love their new fountain...
Many years ago I went to Ziegfried & Roy's Secret Garden and took a picture of a white Turkey that was hanging out with a white elephant.... He was really showing off. I found the picture and created a little diddy with it...
Fred, I agree with Marsha about the best rocks ever. Good color mixing with your limited palette.
Bob, the firing did do interesting things with the watercolor just as you promised. That's going to be one unique instrument and I wish I could hear the tone once it is completed.
Marsha, very cute turkey card. Is that the photograph or did you paint it?
Sam, Its a photo I took many years ago...
we just got back from seeing PI in 3D... what a movie.... enjoyed it a lot. went to a casino called Sams Town a few miles from us... I took some pictures of their decorations and a wolf show they have each hour...
Marsha, I love your photo of Santa flying through the sky behind those vibrant palm trees. Since you live in a city of lights you probably have many such photo opportunity. Very nice.
Bob, I finally took the time to check out your You Tube videos and am very glad I did. It is fascinating to watch you fire and mold colorful sculptures, marbles and rings of glass. The coin maneuvers are certainly entertaining and I can see that they are great hand exercises. And, last but not least, your command of wind instruments is impressive. I've be watching for future videos. Thanks again.
Hi All- I am back but I haven't been gone too long, just a little break. I had to go to p. 83 to try to catch up but seem like I never could. So i would do the synopses of all the chattering that happened while I was gone.
Marsha- has been doing wonderfully with her arts starting from something that dig deep into her soul to all kinds of beautiful Christmas card paintings. She presented a photo of the gobbler and a photo of Sam Town decoration and celebration for the season. Marsha, we had once parked our little Recreation Vehicle in the parking lot of Sam Town and stayed for a week there. So much to do and see.
Catherine did some nice work in watercolor and did beautiful blacksmithing pieces.
Dave, Holly and Bob have come back. Yeh!!!
Dave showed his Plein Air Oil painting that won 3rd place in landscape. It is very beautiful. Congratulations!.
Bob - came back with multi-arts making pieces with copper, glass and..vegetable! They are all unique and beautiful.
Holly- has revisited and reported her health progress and vowed to start painting again. Holly- take care of your health first and take it easy on other stuffs. We are thankful that you visited once in awhile and let us know how you are. When you are really feeling better everything else that you like to do will happen for sure.
Fred continues to create his Bear Mission to Mars that will be his next book soon. Fred-I enjoy seeing every one of your paintings.
Geri- has done a beautiful collage. It's very creative, Geri.
Alex - always makes good and helpful comments for friends.
Joyce- You have come back (before p. 83) and you continued with comments for friends encouraging them to do well. You are a gem.
Last but not least, Jen, you are always there for your friends, You may be gone for a little while to visit with family but rest assure you will pop back soon. You are always saying cute things and chirpy like a little bird and I love you.
In fact, I love and am thankful of all of the friends in this group.
C&C are welcome and appreciated.