Working on new ideas is not always easy. Sometimes I just sit and do not know where to begin. Other times, I have so many ideas that I don't know what to do first.
I love taking on line classes for inspiration and to connect with other artists. This was inspired by Danielle Donaldson on watercolor paper. Not only did I enjoy my week with her, but I won an original painting from Jeanne Oliver Designs network. A nice added bonus, I should say! It is proudly displayed in a prominent place where all can see.
The painting below part of a series that I now have in my Etsy shop and on Red Bubble.
It has been easy working in my studio these last two weeks. Staying out of the way and in an area that is somewhat organized.
We are continuing our home improvement projects and have installed wood flooring in our guest room and entry hall. Since our home is 30 years old, the remodeling is needed. The tile was cracked in the entry and the carpet was out dated in the guest room. I am so looking forward to redecorating the guest room with new bedding when the floors are completely cured. They tell me it will be at least 4 days from now. I am growing some what impatient as it is now well into the second week of this process. Patience is not one of my virtues!
We have these areas blocked off to remind us and for our little Westie to stay clear. As I admired them again, I noticed some paw prints in the newly varnished area, coming off onto the older wood that adjoins it. Not sure when and how she got into it. Sure hope they can fix it when they put the last coat on in the morning.
As we were working on the kitchen and floor renovations, I came across a beautiful door shutter or panel. I have always disliked the way the door looked out to the garage. It was very generic next to the panel doors we have throughout the rest of the house. So, we painted the door the same color as the wall and that changed it in an instant. Why didn't we do that years ago? We also added the panel after a few minor color adjustments. A great way to add interest to an ever so boring door.