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I saw this rose on my early walk and it stood alone in its beauty. Such an unusual color.
‘One beautiful rose
She’s queen of the whole garden
Sharing her beauty’
Stonehenge cold press paper using 3 Daniel Smith watercolors: hansa yellow, pyrol red and thalo yellow-green.
I was out researching this ‘Prickly Park’ for our Urban Sketching group and just had to stop for a quick sketch of this purple Prickly pear cactus. The perfect job for Cactus Monday 😄
Ink and watercolor on Arches 140# watercolor paper.
Fun day out sketching with our OPUS group. Cold but such a beautiful place. I painted the one on the left trying to catch the mountains in the background and light on the water.
I was fascinated with the huge cat tails everywhere and did that sketch in brown ink. I got so into it I was late getting back to our meeting place.
I started the day with my silly eggshell that got in with the wrong crowd.
Such a fun day!
This is Day 2 of Mandala Magic on creating lotus blossoms. It required lots of measuring and a compass. I don’t have a compass so it meant even more measuring (me, the math major-NOT). I actually love asymmetry so this was a real challenge for me.
However, all those lines were the pathway to meditation of the way life is, some things can be changed and others not. Accept it.
Graceful and symmetrical
Holding the answers’
Fountain pens: Lamy Safari, Lamy Alstar, Monteverdi Intima.
I’m reblogging this because it’s so exciting when a friend publishes a first book. Freya is my haiku friend.
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