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Red Canoe 2Time to paint another canoe! (Check out the last one we painted here.) Let’s celebrate the Shenandoah River and the Canoe Capital of Virginia by painting this one on Saturday, September 7th at 2 pm.  Click here to see more and register.

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Busy Day!

Busy day at The Studio making quilts and painting flowers!

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Dogwoods

Dogwoods and Bluebells

Reference Photo Dogwood on Gold

Reference Photo Dogwood on Gold

A few weeks ago I posted about taking photos of the wonderful flowers we are seeing now both in nature and arrangements we have during this time of the year.  (Read that here.)  I got back to painting some of those recently.  I will have to wrap this one up soon as it is about 80% complete.

There is so much subject matter to paint at this time of the year.  Thank goodness we have a camera at hand at all times!

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Kids Paint Bluebells

Kids Paint Bluebells

Bluebell Reference Photo with Lincoln and Jed

Bluebell Reference Photo with Lincoln and Jed

Almost every morning I walk my dogs along a path at the Shenandoah River down to the Dog Park.  They love it and so do I.  It’s a beautiful place in any season but it’s particularly lovely right now as the Bluebells are blooming.  I posted several photos on my Facebook page earlier this week (check that out here) and everyone thought it would make a great painting.  So at Kid’s Painting class yesterday they painted it.  Great job everyone!

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Bluebells J and L and MWe go to the Dog Park almost every morning and for the last week or so the Bluebells have been blooming along the path by the river leading to the park.  It’s beautiful.

Of course my “kids” like to take a look and a sniff and sometimes they aren’t so gentle so flowers get smushed.   So yesterday when they trampled some I picked them up and put them in a vase when we got home and took them to art class.

 

Bluebells

Bluebells

This is the little painting that I did inspired by the Bluebells.  They are happy, sweet little flowers.

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