Friday, June 12, 2020

After the Rain

So my husband decided that this was a good week to get a truck full of mulch and work on the landscape beds. We had been hauling and spreading for several days now. Last night we were interrupted by a lovely thunderstorm and after which was this

There was even a double one.


I never tire of looking at rainbows. 

When I wasn't mulching, I was working with my paints. I am just not a natural and have to work and experiment and play. 

This is an old canvas that I painted over. I used a baby wipe and acrylics to make the circle shapes. It is large 18 x 24. I think I may be painting over it again:)


I bought a different brand of watercolor cards and was playing with those. Not so much a fan but I figured out a way to make them work. This purple card is headed in the right direction.

Still working with the blue one too.

We are supposed to have another show/sale in August so I need to build up my supply of cards. I am still not sure if I will participate. It will depend on how the virus is acting at that point. 

I wish everyone a fun and relaxing weekend! 

Thank you so much for your visit and kind words. Adding this to PaintPartyFriday!

11 comments:

  1. Beautiful art and photos. Still no linky at PPF, but found you! We had a rainbow here, too, my photos are on my blog. Have a great weekend, take care, hugs, Valerie

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  2. Rainbows, who doesn't like them? They bring beauty and hope. I love your paintings. The watercolors are just gorgeous.

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  3. Pretty flowers and lovely photos. Both nature and art are soothing. :)

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  4. I love your water color cards; especially the blue is charming. Also big blue over painting is beautiful 💙
    Happy weekend ❤️

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  5. I would keep the blue flower painting. I like it a lot :)

    Take care.

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  6. that is some gorgeous rainbows :)

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  7. I love seeing a rainbow- and two is extra special indeed. Beautiful art- my fave is those delicate blue poppies. happy PPF!

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  8. Don't paint over the blue!! I love it!

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  9. I am always delighted by rainbows. Thanks for your art and photos. Have a safe and happy weekend

    My PPF post this week is <a href="http://myblog-lunchbreak.blogspot.com/2020/06/2562.html?m=1>HERE</a>

    Much🏜love

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