Your mind is a garden. Your thoughts are the seeds. The harvest can either be flowers or weeds. — William Wordsworth
Yoshi photo-bombed my cacti post-it note.
From post-it note to canvas.
Quarantine life has got me taking some of my old doodles and turning them into paintings.
Even lopsided plants deserve some attention.
From post-it note to canvas. Quarantine life has got me taking some of my old doodles and turning them into paintings.
Finally some competition for my post-it note plants series :) These doodles were in response to last week’s weekly drawing prompt. Say cheese!
(some doodles require two post-it notes)
Sorry not sorry.
I wanted to cover up a crappy scribble that was on this page, so I just covered it in black and used a white ink pen to doodle over it
Watch the video process on my instagram: https://www.instagram.com/p/CCcB1rLlMv1/
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Planter (bird's eye view)
Here is a sneak peaks of my submission to the Home Sweet Home Challenge. I loved this challenge because it forced me to do something I never would have, which gave me happy surprises as I worked through it.
Some recent still life drawings I set up of an Apple, Walnut, Books, Plant and a Lightbulb. Done in graphite and charcoal.
Graphite and Watercolor.
Anxiety-Ridden Gnome With His Trusted Service Log. Watercolor and Gouache on Arches watercolor paper
A simple doodle in watercolour of some pot plants. Imaginary, of course.
Mr. Happy Pants mixed media watercolor, gouache, and ink on paper.
Using my husband's garden as an inspiration, I love to make up containers and plants.
A landscape that I did about my father while he was alive. He was a sheep farmer and he planted tress on his hill farm.This is done in memory of him as he died from cancer.Its a finished piece and based on sketches I did. Its an acrylic painting and 1/10 in a body of work.