Today’s watercolour is from a few years ago. It’s a painting of a Kodak Hawkeye camera. In its day it was used to take many happy family photos.
I think he was an amazing artist. I was lucky enough to grow up not too far away from the Beaverbrook Art Gallery and got to see Dali’s “Santiago El Grande” fairly often.
Today I started working on a new canvas. At this point I’m just laying down some colour. I’m trying to get a little watercolour wash like effect going on in the acrylics.
Today’s painting is another gift image. The crossword puzzle came from a huge puzzle in the Globe and Mail. We never totally finished the puzzle, and a few of the answers are wrong (should never use pen). In the end using it as gift wrap seemed a good re-purposing.
Today’s painting is one from more than a few years ago. It combines a number of elements I’m still interested in. There’s a bit of maritime landscape, some family heirlooms, and an object with a bit of sheen.
Sorry, I really should be doing some images of healthy food.
Here’s a little “Jam & Jelly” for your toast.