Thank you all so much for your kind words on my little piece of song I shared with you all.
I feel so happy and blessed to have kind people like you in my life.
Last week was rough, but life is looking up very much. I've been delving into my music deeply, learning to play guitar...
Gypsyfying my dwellings.
Adding stars and moons to my canopy like I've been wanting to have for an absolute age.
Adding a mini ladder to my library to make me feel like I am in a grand library somewhere.
And making time for conversations with mermaids. They're really quite insightful creatures.
In fact, this morning we had a massive thunderstorm break through the heat. It's been about a month since it's rained. It felt freeing, like the tension finally burst and all the ickiness I've been dealing with has washed clear. I'm left feeling like much less of a control-freak. I'm ready for what happens to happen.
I've also been in the studio.
I bought this sketch book (because I needed one desperately to survive at work) and ripped the cover off while removing the label. So I just painted right over it, with a lovely little saying and a moon, a sun, and stars. I would also like to mention that under the mentoring of Melanie from Rabbit Hole Art I will be starting art journalling soon! I can't wait to share what I create. THANKS MELANIE!
This is how I store my paint. I thought it was a fun picture to share :) Since I paint on wood a lot, I find the bottled acrylic the best option. I think it spreads much more easily as well, and is so much more cost efficient.
This, my friends, is "The Tarrytown Witch". I whipped her up because I was feeling extra Halloweeny.
She is a colonial lady, who dons her hat only by moonlight, at risk of being caught out by the locals.
I will be popping her into my Etsy shop right here:
Thank you for stopping by!