A “December” Painting

I recently finished this painting of “fresh cut roses” from my yard. It was done in acrylics on canvas.  These flowers actually bloomed last August.  I took a reference photo of them at the time, and finally began painting them in early December. No winter wonderland scenes here. Mostly because it doesn’t snow where live. […]

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Fairy Garden Creation

In the random piece of my backyard that is elevated and lacks grass between two palms, my daughter and I decided to make a fairy garden.  My husband and her bought and put together a solar windmill. It was added first. I then added my pink 1.00 elf from Target. Then we created a path […]

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Mustard and Ketchup

These are my newly planted roses that I call “mustard and ketchup.” They have other official bio and fancy poetic names.  I try to keep track of those as I plant them by saving the plastic labels they came with.  In this case, either the kids or the wind took off with those.  The labels […]

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Day One

Hello!  This is my first real blog post. Please hang with me as I try to figure this blog/post stuff out.  (Yikes!) Anyway, the pic below is my  “daisy” garden/yard art that my husband and I recently collaborated on making out of discarded metal he finds. He welded it, and I painted it.  I typically […]

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