Oil, 24 x 30 inch, Breakout of the City, © St Germain
Back to another large auditorium and big podium,
so I knew it had to use bright colors
for people to see what I was painting.
There are a few main concepts here.
The example of the king in war,
he sets the example of bravery
to break out of the city.
The second was the Keys to win the war.
The idea of anticipation to war and conquer
hung in the air of the city.
The third is the large doors. On the left
another Key is displayed on the left door,
disguised as a tree.
Had this painting displayed on my last art workshop
in April and interestingly the one who
liked this one the most, had overlooked the keys!
(all participants pick their favorite painting
out of the bunch, is how I like
to start a workshop, to get everyone involved)
This is what summer in July means to me: be at all times close
to a fan or air-conditioning, so you don’t have
to walk around feeling drenched for the rest of the day.
Texas is proud of their longhorn cows as you can see.
One Word Sunday: summer; Three cows: Thurs. Trios
Behind the Scenes for Makro Tex
A corner in a bookstore in San Diego – now closed – where also
deserts and drink could be bought. The ideal place to sit down
for a few hours to do a watercolor, read a book, look at jewelry,
shawls in the store.
Can’t remember where I took this image
Garden Affair, FOTD, Floral Fri Foto
Not a care in the world for these two!
Seen in the harbor of Sacramento
Travel Tue. Der Natur Donnerstag, Weekend Reflection
Closing with a fierce sunset.
Weekend Sky, Sky Watch
SATURDAY – Sat. Critters * Garden Affair * Weekend Sky *
SUNDAY – One Word Sun* Suns Best*
MONDAY – Weekly Smile * FOTD *
TUESDAY – Tue. Pictorals * Makro-Tex * Travel Tue *
WEDNESDAY – Wordless Wed. * Der Natur Donnerstag * Thurs. Trios *
THURSDAY – Thankful Thurs.* Sky Watch* Floral Fri Foto *
FRIDAY – Fri Bliss* Weekend Reflection *