Summer Quilting

Even on a cold day like today, I have to imagine that someday it will be Summer and I will no doubt be quilting.  Even dreaming of Summer seems to warm me up a bit.

Summer Quilting 5 x 7 watercolor on paper by Pam Schoessow

Summer Quilting 5 x 7 watercolor on paper by Pam Schoessow

The Bird Tree

So where to the birds go to hang out?  The Bird Tree of course.  It’s a fowl favorite!

The Bird Tree 5 x 7 inches on watercolor paper  by Pam Schoessow  pamelajeannestudio.com

The Bird Tree 5 x 7 inches on watercolor paper by Pam Schoessow pamelajeannestudio.com

Quilt Show

Our guild has a quilt show every two years.  It’s a big deal.  Last October our show featured over 300 quilts.  If you have never been to a quilt show, you really should.  Talk about eye-candy!  You will see work that will blow your socks off.  And you will never think that “blanket” and “quilt” are interchangeable words again!

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Available in my Etsy shop

How High Can You Go?

Well, it’s looks like the birds won this one.  But this good natured giraffe doesn’t seem to mind!  I couldn’t decide on a background color on this one, so I just left it white.  I like the clean look.

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Original watercolor on board with easel 5″ x 7″   $38 in my Etsy shop.    Buy it here.

Snowman with Red Birds

I did a little painting yesterday while I was waiting for the Trick or Treaters.  Now that Halloween is over, I can start thinking about winter–the fun stuff only!  This snowman will never be lonely with a the companionship of his birdie friends.

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Happy Homes

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Happy Homes

Unfortunately, my painting is larger than my scanner screen, but you get the idea. It’s horribly snowy and cold outside right now. This picture brings some needed color on this cloudy, gray day. Hope it brings some “happy” into your home also.

Day 21 Birds of a Feather

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Day 21  Birds of a Feather

I can’t believe this challenge will be over soon. I have been stretched so much by having a reason to paint everyday. Thanks so much to Leslie for giving me and so many others this opportunity.
PS. I might just keep painting every day even when the 30 days are over!