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Farm Animals II

20191014_073527.jpg Yesterday we painted two more farm animals in our series.  (See the first two here.) The Goose and Sheep turned out great!  These will make a beautiful grouping….and next month we will add two more.  On November 17th at 2 pm we will paint a Cow and a Pig.  Click here for more info and to register.  Go ahead and register even if you haven’t done the first sessions as we will have a make-up session for those who missed out and want to add more to their collection.

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Beautiful Pets!

20191013_080857.jpgOur favorite…Pet Portraits.  Join us for the next Pet Portrait session at The Studio on Saturday, November 16th.  Click here to register and for more info.  Look for your favorite photo now!

20191011_213616.jpg We held a fundraiser for National Domestic Violence Awareness Month for Phoenix Project last night…and we had a great group of painters supporting this important cause. And aren’t their paintings beautiful??!!!  Check out more about Phoenix Project here.

20191008_193845.jpgWhile Sister was here last week dog sitting Lincoln so I could go take the workshop in Massachusetts she did some creating.  She painted this beautiful barn quilt to hang on her garage at home.  Didn’t it turn out GREAT???!!!  If you want one we have a session coming up soon….Saturday, October 26th at 1 pm.   Click here for more info and to register.

Kids with Ravens

Glad to be back at The Studio after a few days away.  The kids did a great job this week with their scary Ravens…getting ready for Halloween.  Lincoln is not so sure about them.  LOL!

Bread Making

 

Yesterday morning, before my sister has to leave to go home to Georgia (she came up to take care of Lincoln so I could go on my trip to Cape Cod for the art workshop), she gave me and my friend Ruth a lesson in bread making.  She makes a ton of it where she lives as people are always requesting it for family events and fundraising.  It’s a marvelous cinnamon-raisin bread.  We even tried a variation using apples….and it turned out great too!  It was fun to do something a little different from creating art…the only problem is that you can’t just eat one slice.  Before you know it a half of a loaf is gone.  Oops!

 

I am so lucky to have talented friends who will step in for me when I am out of town and teach a class.  My international students got to enjoy the talents of Sandra Charles and they learned more about Gelli plates and print making while I was away last week.  Thanks Sandra for filling in and making it fun for them.