Today’s post is a sketch of my first hockey helmet.
It’s hard to say goodbye but summer has left us, and the coolness of a Canadian fall has set in. As we wait for the inevitable monochromatic days of a northern winter, nature gives us one last splash of colour. I’ve always liked the autumn hues, and many times have enjoyed preserving them in my Mason jar paintings.
Its preserve season, people will be taking the bounty of a summer harvest and making it available for months to come. Today’s post preserves “ART”, a treat that will keep well into the future.
A love of pictures has to start somewhere, and some of my earliest ones came from “Camera One”.
Today’s post is the pure silkscreen print that I incorporated into a number of acrylic works a month or so ago.
The water bottle sat perched along the window’s edge not realizing it had become the subject of another sill life.
This might actually be the best place for my guitar.