As fall makes its inevitable march towards (dare I say it) winter, I thought it would be good to preserve a little of summer’s colour. Today’s watercolour “Preserved Sunflowers” is from a few seasons ago and it does just that.
Today’s painting is another “gift”. You never know when you might need a pair of scissors.
Today’s watercolour is from a few seasons ago. It is one of my “preserves”, and includes several of my favorite items.
A few years ago someone close to me celebrated a significant birthday (you know one of those that end with a zero). To mark the occasion a few of us made a collection of origami cranes to match each year the notable person had made a trip around the sun. In today’s painting one of those origami cranes makes reappearance.
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.
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.