THE WIND WILL KNOW

The wind will know where to blow to give new seeds wake up the leaves hurry for it outruns winter storms sweeping spring into our garden. © St Germain   My promised update of a while ago. Still contemplating if I leave the little tree like it is, or accentuate it more …. but for…

A WATERY EXPRESSION: THE AQUAREL

SCROLL DOWN for THURS. DOORS! At times, ABC Wednesday throws me for a loop. For the A I had no inspiration. When I went to the English-Dutch dictionary,  I saw words like Art,  Arches (my favorite watercolor paper), Aquarel! Okay then, I got back “in the zone:)”   Watercolor, Up Hill or Down Hill? ©…

SEPTEMBER MEMORIES

The ALL SEASONS -post of this week is underneath this one! If you don’t see the comment section,  CLICK on the TITLE of this post The memory of walking in hot sand feeling a light  breeze in the background the roar of the waves still reverberating in me holding them as close as I can…

DETAILS MAKE A DIFFERENCE

  – With my oil paintings I like to get across whole concepts, but with watercolor I crave for some Specific details. (Fri Hunt) 1) This tower in Balboa Park (San Diego) has beautiful details in Mexican building style with tiles. The big arches for the staircase and bell fry could count as door openings,…

ALL SEASONS – THE COLOR OF ST PATRICK’s Day

  The link works now! Sorry for inconvenience  (remember, the link is open until Wednesday 6 o’clock at night, Pacific time) have a great week! Hello ALL SEASONS bloggers, Sunday March 12 – Wednesday March 15, 7 pm Pacific time The experiences you all shared last week were a delight! And each so different! Loved…

ALL SEASONS – END OF JANUARY

Hello ALL SEASONS bloggers   Thank you for your beautiful and interesting posts last week! I get  a kick out of how you are doing and reading about the experiences important to you! Really didn’t mind the snow here for a week (in California!) – the beauty makes me forget the cold:) It has long…

FROM SCRATCH

Art is an innate creative aptitude  to see beyond the normal realm and works from scratch, while crafts works with materials or instructions that are pre-made Probably my last summer field pic. In the beginning, the grass on the hills was not the ugly brown of last years. Maybe more water this year had to…