For our prompt of “Candle” today, I ended up with a puppy mesmerized by a glass votive candle. I have to admit to finding myself staring into the glow of a flickering candle and sort of getting lost in the moment.
Congratulations on your speaking engagement and I am sure they will love you as much as we do here. I am glad I “stumbled” into this site and community that you have gathered here. You are an inspiration and thanks for sharing your journey with us.
Awesome painting as well!
My name is Hridaya Keerthana and I’m a research scholar by profession from India. I started my journey with art at a very young age as my mother was an artist herself. Whenever I made any tantrums, some color p
What a thoughtful friend you have, who gifted you with watercolors! Your work is lovely, and your Lord Krishna painting, beautiful. Thank goodness for art to provide calm and creativity between busy days. Thank you for sharing your artistic journey.
For our prompt of “Swan” today, I made a sketch of two different swans coming together in the water. Swans are such wonderful creatures! And, like most of nature’s creatures, I find them perfectly fascinating.
I keep reminding myself that we are blessed to have so many ways to keep in touch, even if we can’t see our loved ones in person. I can’t imagine what it must have been like to have to travel months in order to see family, or to just resign oneself to never seeing them again.
Lovely doodle, Charlie. I’ve tried a few times to keep a journal but they never seem very exciting. Now like you I have my daily sketches and paintings to look back on. I’ve been a Doodlewasher for over two years now.
Aww yes my friend!! 😃💕 Hope is right around the corner… even if it’s a rather winding path at the present. Things will all work out in the end. And keep dreaming of those goals… I always think it’s better to just keep dreaming those big dreams. While we’re waiting for them to actually happen they often change and morph, often into something even cooler. Much love to you my friend!!
Thanks so much, Mugdha! 😃💕 Oh my goodness! I’ll be sending you so many wonderfully positive thoughts and love to that jungle my friend! I’m certain you’ll be back relaxed and feeling wonderful. I’ll miss you while you’re gone. Until we meet again! Much love!
Charlie, I absolutely love your blog and admire how you inspire ua to renew our childlike wonder of seemingly ordinary things. To re-visit that swan memory and the meaning of family and relationships that it instills must have warmed your heart. Thank you for sharing.
Thank you, Priscilla! I used some ultramarine blue and alizarin crimson with a touch of yellow on the swan (though i was a bit heavy handed with the yellow and then couldn’t lift it.) I think the really dark background makes the white appear brighter.
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