Fall is just around the corner and it’s a great time for preserves. On Prince Edward Island a great place to pick up a tasty bit of the summer’s harvest is The Prince Edward Island Preserve Company. Today’s watercolour is a painting of one of their delicious creations.
The skates are back ‒ this time in an acrylic painting on panel. They are not an item you usually need in July, but these are strange days. Take care, as we all try to navigate the world: “On Thin Ice”.
Today’s post is the finished version of “Tapestry”. The two panels are joined together to form the final image. The ornate decorations and the machined functionality continue to call. I am looking forward to revisiting this combo in future pieces.
I’m still working on my painting of a Singer sewing machine. Today’s post is a look at the second panel of the work.
I’ve been working on another painting of a Singer sewing machine. It’s being done on two panels, one of the panels is pictured above.
We seem to be in one of those in-between times, trying to get that stalled out engine started, so we can get to where we long to go.
I’ve been working on a new acrylic painting of a Singer sewing machine. This noble bit of wood, steel, pedal, and pulley sat in our kitchen during most of my formative years.
Some seasons are for preparation, for sitting and waiting, and being ready for a chance to hit the high seas.
The town’s slogan is “Montague the Beautiful” and sometimes it lives up to that lauded description.
Many of us are drawn to the water’s edge. We long for rivers, lakes, streams, and the ocean as we seek a place to refresh our souls. On a still day, the water’s calm offers up near mirror-like reflections. The brilliant sunshine on your favorite stretch of water reveals billions of shining diamonds. I hope everyone is safe and hopefully soon we’ll all be able to make it to the water’s edge.