I went to the farmer’s market this morning and followed that up with a visit to a quaint Amish store called The Farmer’s Wife plus a quick stop at a local Mexican shop called Cinco de Mayo to pick up some goodies to get us through the week. I love living in a small, rural area. Everyone calls me by name when I enter their shops and we chat for a few minutes and catch up on what’s going on around town.
I spent the remainder of the afternoon working on a new painting but had to stop at sunset when the shadows got so intense that it was difficult to see my sketch on the paper. That’s normally the time when I grab my camera and snap a few pictures to post on my blog. I love how vibrant the colors look in the strong afternoon light.
I hope you did something equally relaxing and enjoyable this weekend. Watercolors on cold pressed Acquarello Artistico paper by Fabriano.
5 thoughts on “Work in Progress–Parrot Tulips”
beautiful start! And thanks for viewing my blog.
Thanks SmallTownDad. And thanks for introducing me to Paint My Photo. I love your blog.
I love what you’ve done so far on this piece! The colors a brilliant. Having perused your blog, it appears your watercolor skills are developing very rapidly. Keep it up. Also, the variety of subject matter you cover on this blog is a lot of fun.
Thank you, Gabriel. Your comments and encouragement are much appreciated.
Wonderful start, looking forward to the finish.