Ultimately, we all have to give the requisite "Mason jar" a try, so, here's mine. Quite a challenge, but I am pretty happy with the outcome. Blessings, all, Jim
I like it. Makes me think of my grandmother's house as a child.
Thanks, and back at you; I really like your stuff - especially "Andie's Boots."
Jim, this is perfect!!
Thanks, Jan. I did put some time into it. Patience is not one of my strong virtues; I'm trying to slow down. Jim
great job! i have cases of these jars in my cellar. just getting ready to can my crocks of *** next week.
I hear you about the patience and feel your pain! This is wonderful, especially for watercolor, I think you handled it great. It is so easy to overwork with watercolor and you have managed to retain the glass look and feel, the "writing" and its highlights are just right.
Thanks, Christina. Watercolors require patience, and, yet, the water does dictate, so too much patience can be deadly, also. I've only been at this seriously for eighteen months or so, and I can't tell you how much "mud" I've created. Jim
VERY good watercolor.
Missed you, Charlie. Jim
Thank you, Jim. We were in Washington, D. C. all last week. My wife had a conference there.