Sarah, yes the Trumpet Man is a sketch and watercolor piece on real paper 6 x 9. The fellow it represented purchased it and it is at the framer right now. I am jazzed....so to speak.
Fred: wow an aquafer. we have those too but I just read that the one in West Kansas is becoming dangerously low. Your new beings are cute....
Alex: I love your bud and the choice of colors and the softness about it. even though you did it with brushes app on an iPad, it is still your signature style. good job.
Pastel Teachers' hands are usually chalk-full. (by Marsha Ross)
C & C Always Welcome
Today the two huge dogs next door jumped our fence and tried to kill our 15 year old cat. They keep jumping the fence so now we are all locked in our own home..... we are really bummed
sOUNDS GOOD IT WOULD BE BETTER IF THERE WAS SOMETHIG BESIDES ASARAGUS (WE DON'T GET ALONG)
C and C always welcomed
Hi all, What do you think Judge Judy would sentence me to for doing this ? Something different,Cabin in the Sky 11x14 acrylic and watercolor
Blue Ridge Mountains Art Center
Southern Appalachian Artists Guild
Fred: "Judge Judy" states: "Moonshine is now legal in many states as long as you file for a license to produce it and pay the proper state taxes according to the county and state you reside in". "Since 2009 many states and counties have legalized Moonshine. including most of the Appalachian states" so the feds can still check to see if you have a license.... they could be lurking anywhere. Which by the way moonshine is booze that has not been aged. good ole mountain dew, hooch and white lightning. I believe I have distilled the truth here..... tee hee.
Thank you Judge Judy, but since I switched parties I don't have to pay taxes on my corporate income
Jen C & C's always welcome
Thank you Jen, that's what Ruthie say's about me also.
Oasis pastel 5x7
Checking the Mail acrylic and watercolor 11x14
I made a trip to the art center this A.M. and picked up some persimmon pulp that a friend had left for me and GIRTY my face jug. (That's Girty as in Simon Girty not short for Gertrude) It is hard to take a picture that really shows what it looks like because of the glare. It is not supposed to be lifelike but a primitive jug that would have been made by Appellation potters early 1800's
Fred your checking the mail is real nice. Your colors are looking good in the leaves. It is starting to look that way here if the wind doesn't blow them off first. It has been real windy here and rather chilly too.
Marsha ~ You made a perfect Judge Judy! The food looks ookie & yummy too!
Fred, you are always busy painting - I'm jealous. I agree with Geri that your CHECKING THE MAIL is real nice! Emotionally, it pulls at the old heart strings ~ AWWWWW
Comments and critiques are welcome.
Gerri ~ And what does one do with persimmon pulp?? Love Gerti, is it stoneware?
Why Nealey you make persimmon pudding of course.
The jug is stoneware.