Outside again for the art walk. Saw a lot of folks and made some sales. Fun all around, Two more walks this year - last Friday in August and September. The year goes fast. You can see the little beach paintings in the post below this one.
Difficult to say, in some ways, how to think about these. They don't take long to do - and I enjoy just moving the paint about. Still it's different than what I usually do. Maybe that's a good thing.
I will be here Tuesdays 11 AM to 230 PM for the near future, so please drop by and visit. We are in downtown "old" Snoqualmie - on the main drag, River street
I framed these to put up for sale in the Art Gallery of SnoValley and some other summer exhibitions. The images are in a gallery, so please click to enlarge.
I really love foxgloves. When I was a child we had one or two in the back yard and I always thought they were magical.
In preparation for showing my paintings at the Art Galley of Sno Valley starting in July - I needed to make frames. A few years ago I inherited a chop saw from my dad, who never in his life time wanted me to use a power tool because I was a girl... but that's another story... Any way I had built a little work shed, because I had no other room in my little house - and I have a lot of other tools as well - so now I can make frames and other things. I used to have to saw things by hand with a little plastic miter box balanced on a card table on the deck ... sheesh. Varooom! this is easier. I've built other things, just saying, like some steps and the outdoor table in the picture below. We will see what else I can build.
These and other painting will be on exhibit at the The Art Gallery of SnoValley in Snoqualmie beginning in early July - this is a link.ly.