Today’s watercolour is about that stillness you get sometimes after a heavy rain. The world about you can be a turbulent show of shock and awe, and it seems like it’s never going to end. Then it does, and somehow the calm returns. I guess nature is funny that way.
Today’s painting is another take on the noble cup cake.
Here is a sweet treat to start off the week. It’s a watercolour of a cupcake entitled Chaos in the Kitchen. The chaos refers to the riot of colours involved in this particular confectionery, as well as the problems that ensue whenever one spends time in the kitchen.
Today’s watercolour is a painting of my favorite Legionnaire. It’s a painting of my father, John Henderson. He was a kind-hearted Scot who immigrated to Canada when he was young. He was a soccer player, a coal miner, a farmer, a custodian, an entrepreneur, a carver, a lover of Robbie Burns, but most of all to me, he was my dad. I sure do miss him. If he’s still around give your father a hug… “Happy Father’s Day!”
Today’s watercolour is another view of the Homestead Trail on the north shore of Prince Edward Island.
Today’s watercolour “10:35 AM “explores a number of textures. Members of this quartet of items exhibit the transparency of glass, the reflective qualities of metal, and the natural warmth of wood. The alarm clock belonged to my sister. She used it to keep track of her day and when her favorite shows would be on.
Today’s watercolour was done a few years ago. It depicts a Parisian café. Paris is such an amazing city (especially if you love art).