Hello Seasons Bloggers, Sunday Oct 9-12
Seriously, am captivated by all of your lovely contributions for SEASONS last week! Many, many thanks!
You know what I discovered? Google lists the memes in alphabetical order! Me thinks your shots are double the worth being looked at FIRST! So NEXT WEEK it will (finally) be changed to
ALL SEASONS – since it’s not only about the weather or nature, but whatever experience you have during the season.
We visited this nursery (Sacramento) that had beautiful corners, and garden ornaments. Isn’t this tree a dream? I call it the fairy tree!
A sitting area outside , and behind it a restaurant for lunch. You notice the red cabbage as a decorative feature?
This was so out of the grid of my life – ever – to do “this” 9 feet wide, and 7 feet long canvas (the rest is rolled up at the bottom).
Just one little detail of the preparations: I have now gallons of paint! Am not exaggerating – that left bucket is one gallon white paint. The only thing I didn’t have to get used to were the big brushes.
I made a beginning, but already decided I will change these clouds:)
Hope you’re going to do something this Fall you never dreamed of …
Your Turn … and don’t forget next week it is ALL SEASONS🙂
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The garden is beautiful.
have a nice week
Been to California many times but not to Sacramento. We are planning a driving trip in the spring so I will have to look into stopping there.
We biked in Lanesboro, Minnesota. Not exactly ground breaking. But scenic and lovely.
I didn’t know you paint. How fantastic!
I can’t wait to see your new giant painting! Love the fairy tree and your pretty garden. Have a wonderful week!
Great challenge doing a “big” art work, Jesh! Looks like you’ve made a good start.
Here’s a “biggie” I painted several years ago:
Wow, that giant painting is stepping outside your comfort zone, but I have no doubt whatsoever that it will turn out perfectly. Love the whimsical tree…it does look like something out of a children’s fairy tale. Thanks for hosting “all seasons”.
Love your fairy tree and the lovely cabbage! You are certainly brave to take on such a large project but it has to be fun!
Thank you for your comments on my blog – and your concern about where I was during the month of September. Honestly, I just needed a break. We started back to school and we homeschool, so I thought I needed to cut out the extras and focus on school. And I wanted to step back and re-evaluate my blog.
Wow, that’s a big painting! Good for you!
Thank you for sharing with us Jesh, this is a lovely post and I always enjoy them.
Wowza — what a canvas! An 8.5 x 11-inch paper overwhelms me. I am thinking though of converting one of the Mama’s huge framed prints into a canvas for me. Be something to play with during the rainy season.
I am sure you got some great ideas from the nursery. Beautiful colours in your painting!! That size is quite a challenge. Have a lot of fun painting. I look forward to seeing more.
Am here through your link on Susie’s post on ABCW:)
Great blog and a wonderful theme! Very nice indeed..
When you do it, I hope you show it to us:)