I should've been a stand up comedienne with these title's. It's true. I have a bit of a corny side but, I wouldn't dare publish this post without a link to Rubber Duckie. At some point in the '70's you could actually hear this on a bar room jukebox. That speaks volumes about the '70's. If you want a good laugh click here to hear Bert & Ernie sing Rubber Duckie in Hebrew!
Wednesday, March 28, 2007
Sunday, March 25, 2007
This is a little study I did in about half an hour.
I planted a whole package of Beefsteak tomato seeds (from the dollar store) when I arrived here in January. There are about 25 of them all in different stages of growth. I gave away some of the bigger ones which are already sporting flowers, to my neighbors. Still I have about a dozen left and some are still tiny. I planted one in a coffee can just so I could paint it. I'm entertaining the idea of bringing a few of them home with me in the car when we drive North in May. That's a typical snowbird kind of craziness. As if I could fit another thing into the car, the way I usually pack.
Friday, March 23, 2007
Wednesday, March 21, 2007
I'm very into the produce section of the super market. So many colors and shapes. I'd like to set up right there and paint all the lovely veggies.
Tuesday, March 20, 2007
This Lighthouse is in Parrsboro Nova Scotia on the magnificent Bay of Fundy. We spend two weeks in June here in a little cottage on the shore. That happens to still be black fly season there but the lupines are in bloom and that's a can't miss situation. So I have my bug spray and my benadryl spray and my paints and I'm one happy woman. Don and I consider the 11 hour drive well worth it and you should too. Don't miss out on the beauty of the Canadian Maritimes.
Sunday, March 18, 2007
Tommy, Anne and the babies went out to the beach this afternoon and I scurried to the studio and painted this orange, picked while riding around the Park on Pat's 3 wheeler with Ryan in the rear basket. It seems to take longer to edit and upload the painting than it does to paint it.
Saturday, March 17, 2007
SOLD Since my brother and his family (two toddlers) are here visiting me in Florida, I had to lock up the studio for a week. I did this painting onsite near where I live. The little marsh 'cottage' that was a landmark there has recently been replaced with a bigger house. This painting is in the collection of an art lover from Beacon Hill.