This little birdie expresses my sentiments exactly. Just as little time creating at my sewing machine puts me in my happy place–something I haven’t had time to do a lot of lately.
As with my last post, I’ve playing with the color on the computer. The above painting is the original. Below is the computer enhanced version. I do kind of like the brighter colors which I can’t seem to create as well with watercolor.
It’s time to get serious about this move I’m making across country in a couple of weeks. I discovered I have over 100 pieces of little art in my Etsy shop so I have decided to have a first ever SALE to lighten up a bit. If you are interested in some whimsical art from the “Quilter turned Artist”, then check it out at BluePumpkinStudio.com. The sale just runs until August first, and then I’m out of here! Thanks for all your support. I do hope to keep up with my blog better once I get settled.
You may have wondered what owls do up in the trees when no one is looking!
TODAY I am the featured artist on Cindy Williams’ blog! Please check it out. I first met Cindy through a previous 30 paintings in 30 days challenge. She is an American transplant living in the UK. A wonderful artist in her own right, she is graciously featuring a different artist every day this month.
watercolor 6 x 11 inches by Pam Schoessow pamelajeannestudio.com
I thought I was doing well with this challenge. I painted ahead so I had something to post early each morning. But now I have caught up and am feeling the pressure! I was gone all day yesterday and didn’t even have time to look at all the wonderful art on Leslie’s blog and comment on my friends and others’ paintings. So how are all of you doing? We are not even a 1/3 of the way through and now the going is getting tough. But hang in there.
I thought it was time to depart from the cats as many other animals can make music too.