Steve and I have been looking at the different gallery formats for some time now. We have been listening to what you have been saying.The galleries have a new style – far more use friendly – have a look and let us know what you think.
Yes, No, I would like to have it, I do not know what it is?If you have it there is nothing much you can do about it – accept it – go with the flow.I want it what do I do? Whatever you did, it has done the trick! I spent the afternoon painting and … Read more Do you have APS?
As lockdown appears to be easing I have starting thinking of ways that we could start to paint together. We are now allowed to walk with 1 other person, so I have started walking more – hence the change in the name to this blog. OK our houses are clean and cleared of all clutter … Read more Musings from my Bike/feet
We often forget :Sue’s Tips for today:Lay down your light colors first, work towards the darker colours. Have patience – there’s no rush.Start with the light colors first because once you lay down the dark colors, it’s hard to undo. Due to the transparency of water colour, your light colors won’t show if they’re covered … Read more Tuesday – it must be …..
This week I have asked people to name their paintings as they send them to me. This simple request is really making me smile so I thought I would share some of what I have been sent with you. Last week Let’s Create started. The aim was not to create completed paintings – but to … Read more The brag slot –
We miss so much driving in our cars. Since lock down I have been walking and cycling as my daily exercise. I am seeing so much for the first time. If you can’t hug anyone else, hug a tree. And I have three in pots at home – For the first time I am really … Read more Musings from my Bike – If you can’t hug anyone else, hug a tree.
Spring in England is so pretty. I have never known anyone who is not stunned by the colour of the grass, the leaves popping from the trees. Yet many of us battle to mix greens when we are painting. Try this exercise and do it in such a way that you can keep it somewhere … Read more Green – the colour of the English Country side
Talking of spices and all things nice – Chris decided to add a splash of gold dust to her daffodils. Following the Let’s Create Zoom chat last Thursday the ideas are starting to roll. Want to know what we discuss on the Let’s Create Zoom sessions – contact me.
Thursday saw the first of our Zoom link up’s for those who have subscribed to Let’s Create. It was an interesting and spice full discussion. Pratap introduced the concept of painting with spices. Before long I was getting what’s apps from the Pratap home laboratory. Painting with Indian Spices! During the Zoom Let’s Create meeting … Read more Spice Art Laboratory
Rosemary works at Umfolozi Big 5, a private game reserve in South Africa. I took the photo last year during a painting holiday when we spent 3 days at one of the lodges. Painting portraits. Part of my lock down project to myself is painting portraits. I was not happy with what was happening on … Read more Rosemary Reminds me about Water