I’ve been working on this one for a while. I was almost ready to sand it off, but decided to experiment a bit and I’m happy I did. The coloring in these birds makes them almost disappear into the wood line that they walk along, so when I have been able to catch a photo… Continue reading Great Blue Heron
I started two new little bird paintings today. One will be a seagull and one a Blue Jay. They are in the first stages and with luck, I will finish at least one of them soon and post. I’m thinking of taking one or two of my favorite bird paintings that have sold and re-use… Continue reading Empty Canvases
It may not make a real difference because the judges in the Bold Brush monthly competition review all the artwork, but my ego would appreciate support, and the more attention I can bring to the Northumberland Animal Shelter and it’s current residents, the better. So, if you would, please consider clicking on this link and… Continue reading Asking for More Votes
My husband and several friends and I were able to attend the Richmond Folk Festival last weekend. This is a really neat event that occurs every October. Most amazingly, it is free. They ask for donations, and I think most people do donate, but if you can’t afford to donate, you don’t have to. In… Continue reading The Richmond Folk Festival
Sometimes I get lucky and see and capture something of Mother Nature’s work that just makes me stop in awe of her beauty.
Mr. & Mrs. Bluebird now have a new home and are flying off to Yuma, Arizona tomorrow!
Hurricane Michael arrived in Virginia yesterday afternoon and evening and was down graded to a tropical storm. It spawned multiple tornados across the state and as hubby and I went to bed the power blipped off. The generator kicked on, but then the power came back and I thought we were past the worst. Turns… Continue reading Weather News