Ohhh, this painting makes me want a pocket watch. Weirdly, it’s one of the few shiny objects that could be worn as jewelry that I don’t own (there’s been a few I wanted, but never at the same time that I actually could get them. :P).
As always, I admire your skill at reflective surfaces. 😀
Oh, I think this might be my favorite of your daily paintings so far! It says something to me, though I wouldn’t be able to put it into words – I just like that sand/time isn’t going either way, it’s just staying where it is.
I’m slightly amused that Philippe was putting together a Lego model yesterday, only because this weekend is when a major Lego exhibit of some sort is going on near me, and Legos are all over my facebook feed because of it. 😛 I think they’re following me.
Those are very pretty! I love the shiny traditional ornaments too, though our tree has none of them – it was already ready to collapse from ornament weight before I reached those in the box. 😛 We might own too many ornaments.
Your snowman is adorable! 😀 I’m still holding out hope we’ll get enough snow to make anything this year (miniature snowmen, at least). Usually it’s the wrong type of snow, and snowmen made from that are even more terrifying than ordinary melting snowmen.
Lol, our house is surrounded by tons of inflatables and lights – Santa’s sleigh taking off from the porch, woodland animal with lights decorating a tree, 9 ft teddy bear inflatables. We have 15 acres and a love of Christmas decorations. 😛 But you have to have a ton of things, or at least enough to make a display – one by itself looks lonely and…[Read more]
I’m so sorry to hear about the loss of your daughter. Your story of finding your way into classes that were too advanced, eventually getting ‘permission’ to paint those apples and such, and now producing beautiful art is very inspiring, along with you sharing what you’ve learned with other people.
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