Thank you Alex.
I think this is the *** that crowed in the morn that woke the priest all shaven and shorn that married the man all tattered and torn that kissed the maiden all forlorn that milked the cow with the crumpled horn that tossed the dog that worried the cat that that killed the rat that ate the malt that lay in the house that jack built.
C and C always welcomed
some hens I sketched plein air ...maybe company for your cockerel ????.. used a ballpoint. I included them in a painting later on
those who teach shall also learn and those who learn shall also teach - Peter Laslett
feel free to make constructive c/c...no digital alterations please
I enjoy looking at your paintings but take them as they come.....interesting and colourful.
Hi all, I'm glad you enjoy my paintings Sarah, I certainly enjoy doing them. Here is Bennie and Ruthie being escorted by Speed who explains that they are looking at a small farming village since this is an subterranean world the light source is from crystals in the rock and the vegetation is some variation of red and violet hues 11x14 watercolor
Blue Ridge Mountains Art Center
Southern Appalachian Artists Guild
Fred, very interesting. Those purple things in the back look like valves on an ol pipeline, so I wonder what they are ... I do want one of those winged helmets!
Comments and critiques are welcomed and appreciated.
Al;ex, They can be whatever you like, I was thinking futuristic housing
Joyce nice little WC With the mist rising up from below. I like the rocks they have variation in color and form. Very nice
Nice vista looks like you can see tomorrow. The yuccas are very well done. You should have entered this in last months challenge. There was a yucca plant in one of the photos.
Nice wedding gift too.
Karen I hope your vacation is turning out well. You will have to give us an evaluation on the brush with a well. I have been looking at them but I don't know if I would use it if I bought it.
Fred here I thought you to be an Obama fan.
Fred is the broken bridge another political comment or am I reading more into it than is there??
Fred your winged helments remind me of Mercury my fav of the greek gods.
Sarha I have a few quick sketches of my chickens. I had a reel pretty Buff Orpington Rooster that I named Gamboge. One day when I called them to eat he came running and fell dead at my feet. He must of had a heart attack or stoke because he was acting fine a couple of seconds before. I miss him I was hoping to get some chicks from him come spring.
Hello Geri...sorry to hear about your rooster...never count your chickens until they are hatched!!!
This is the watercolour my chickens became part of.
Very nice Sara I love the rustic setting .I'm surprised it doesn't have a thatched roof. The scene cold be right here in the states with the log cabin and the Rhode Island Red ( an American breed ) out front. Is there many homes that are log construction in your neck of the woods?