The days and months are whizzing by (December, the end of another year!) and the weather is changing it’s mind daily! Warm, cold, snow, rain-you name it. A little bit of everything!
As we are on the Great Lakes, winter weather here can be quite severe, with many storms, freezing temperatures for lengthy periods of time and lots of snow. However, this is considered an El Nino year, which often brings milder temperatures.
Last month I completed 2 scarves and 2 new paintings on paper. I have sold several of my scarves and am hoping that, with the Christmas season arriving, a few more sales will transpire.
I have filled the entire page and also integrated quite a bit of black in the image. Normally, I like to use the background paper colour to be part of the final painting. I’m very happy with the results of these pieces! A detailed description and photos about the completion of the painting “Life span of the Lotus plant”, shown below, is written as a separate post, under that title.
There are three islands gracing my view. Many storms come across this water in all seasons; an absolute pleasure to watch! These two photos were taken just days apart. Normally the weather at this time of year would be that of snow covered ground and many days of wind and raging waves.
Artist designed and naturally dyed, functional fabrics, inspired by my travels and Mother Nature Dismiss