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New Theme: March: spring flowers suggested by co host, Ann Hyde

Update : We are now keeping Themes for a WHOLE MONTH.

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Spring Flowers - By Arnoldo L. Romero

It's been a while since I've posted, but I just completed this page in my art journal last weekend, and it fits the theme.  The quote is attributed to Mandy Hale on some websites, but may be anonymous according to other websites.  Anyway, it reads, "Trust the wait.  Embrace the uncertainty.  Enjoy the beauty of becoming.  When nothing is certain, anything is possible."  Blessings!

Anything is Possible
By Arnoldo L. Romero
Art Journal Page Using Sharpies, Pens, and Oil Pastels

Spring flowers,Jean Bernick

I need some Spring color, so I bought these primroses at the Super market last week. This is  done with watercolor pencils.

Monday, March 13, 2017

Flowers, Balmoral Cemetery

2017-03-12 Balmoral Cemetery

I know this is probably not what most of you think of as "spring flowers" but I had the chance to stop over in this old cemetery on the weekend, after driving past it several times for the last year or so and wishing I had a chance to take a look. I do love the carvings and statues, although it can be sad to read the inscriptions sometimes.

Sunday, March 5, 2017

Saturday, February 25, 2017

Snowy Riverbank by Joan Tavolott

A few weeks ago we had quite a bit of snow here on Long Island. I kept going out to paint the snow scenes while I could. This one was done along the river in Riverhead.

Thursday, February 23, 2017

where you live, Jean Bernick

I painted this from a photo I took near Fairfield, Idaho. It was done in pastels.  In June when the camus blooms the valley floor looks like a lake.

Saturday, February 18, 2017

Landscapes - Ann Hyde

An Impressionist landscape, loose style.  Inspired by the scenery around Devon.

plus this one, also a loose style