This horse loves water
Two feet splash in a clean trough
And a pond! What joy!
Art Prescription: I’ve been working on this portrait of Splash for a while. He is a heart horse and very dear to most people who knew him.
I really wanted to capture his spirit.
What a love! Here he is “splashing” in a pond.
Out of season daffodils
A cold front moves in.
Art Prescription: Busy day. Worked my RN job. Beautiful sunrise:
Today I decided to do a sketch and use watercolor pencil to fill in color.
Here’s my dry sketch. Graphite drawing, then layered in colored pencil.
Then I added water. I dipped a round brush into water and spread the pencil marks around.
I’ll stop here for now and will probably add more tomorrow:
All things lead to change
Life is about beginnings
And also endings.
Art Prescription: But, wait a minute!! Endings are not always sad!
In fact when one thing ends it often opens the door for a new beginning!
Look for new opportunities!
Journal page mixed media:
So, life goes on as we try to adjust to having Diva, the four pound Chihuahua, as part of our family.
She shakes much of the time. We think this is a Chihuahua thing. She has very fashionable outwear, even coats with hoods!
She is learning to dry her feet on a towel by the door. I’m not used to having to vacuum more often! LOL!
All things considered, everyone is doing their best.
Walk in the deep woods
Winter birds call, bare branches
Scent is fresh, primal.
Art Prescription: Except for swimming, a walk in solitude does me much good.
With no distraction, I take step by step, and my mind wanders freely.
Home to studio I worked on these peonies. I’m trying to slow down and not rush a painting.
Slow it down a bit
Savor the process of art
Brush by brush, paint spreads.
Art Prescription: I’m trying to slow down…
Sketch and preliminary shadows: