Today’s painting is an example of my enduring affection for the Lego of the candy world, commonly known as licorice all-sorts.
February has been a challenging month in the Henderson family. It`s in hard times that solid roots become so important. They hold us up, and provide the opportunity to look forward to the future and see the potential for growth.
Today’s post is one of my castle and silhouette paintings from a few years ago.
Hard to resist when one spies a little “Red Boat”.
Today’s post is a mural I did with students. It’s a copy of a Lawren S. Harris painting entitled Icebergs, Davis Strait. Each student was given a square of the image to recreate, and then the pieces were reassembled to make the final work.
It’s warm out there, keep hydrated.
No mere pawn to be trifled with?
A house with “Room to Spare”.
Today’s post is the finished version of “An Ocean Park”. I am so fortunate that I get to live near this ocean park, and enjoy the movement of sky against the solid Atlantic horizon.
The magnetic pull of the shoreline leads hand to brush and paint.