Today’s watercolour is from a few years ago. Visually you can’t beat the mixture of glass, tin, and berries.
It was one of Vincent’s Favs; The Potato Eaters.
We didn’t travel much when I was a kid so when we went to Grammys it was a big deal. The trip seemed to take forever, and often I’d experience the pleasantries of car sickness. Grammy’s place was on a farm, so there was a barn and wide open fields to roam in. It was somewhere the imagination could soar. What really made it special was that it was Grammy’s home, she being one of the sweetest Irish women you could ever meet.
Today’s watercolour completes the trio from the past few days. The watercolours were done for a show I had at Gallery 78 in Fredericton, New Brunswick a few years ago. I think it’s always a good idea to end Friday with a little hope.
Today’s watercolour is a little something to go along with yesterday’s post.
Today’s watercolour is from a while ago, but I figure we could all use a little of the stuff in the jar.
Today’s watercolour is a fine example of what can happen to a perfectly good shed after being exposed to a multitude of Canadian winters. I feel a bit like that myself sometimes.