|Dockside from the water, 6¾ x 8¾“|
Aug 14, 2017
Aug 10, 2017
|Dockside from the street, 6¾ x 9½" watercolor|
Aug 9, 2017
|Rx in Wilmington, 6½ x 9½" watercolor|
Aug 8, 2017
|Bird Break, 3 x 8¾" watercolor|
Aug 6, 2017
|Blue kettle, 9x6" watercolor|
Three days after my return to North Carolina in July, I drove to Blowing Rock, NC, where I taught a class to members of the local country club. I didn’t know until the night before that some of the students would be using, not what I had recommended, but watercolors and paper donated by Cheap Joe’s Art Stuff. The night before the class, in the kitchen of my host’s home, I decided I should do one myself using the materials provided. How I lust for her old fangled-looking stove. I just noticed, this floor has a striking resemblance to the floor in my last post.
Aug 5, 2017
|Sunporch at Judy and Steve’s, 9x6" watercolor|
I couldn’t get less done this morning if I tried. Guess it’s Saturday morning. Going back to some vacation days when I was more productive, here’s Sunporch at Judy and Steve’s. I didn’t notice ’til later, there wasn’t a speck on the floor. Not on the sunporch, not in the house; probably not even on the deck. When Judy isn’t concocting some wonderful dish, she is picking up specks. It wasn’t until I painted this piece that I notice the little dots on the painted floor match the round balls that hold up the bookcase. Clever.
Aug 4, 2017
|Judy’s deck, 6x9" watercolor|