Yes. It was true. There was a bit of sun at the Saturday market and fun on sun today, Sunday. I got a bit of a burn to prove it.
Today’s farmers market was great. I had some new watercolors to show. I talked to lots of people, and a few went home with new original paintings! I like it hen people by original art – not just mine, by anyone.
It’s not Summer yet, we have barely had a Spring, but Farmers Market season has begun. I am at the Scappoose and hillsboro-Orenco Station markets. If you are in the area, please stop by my booth and say hello. The days that I will be at each market are posted on my website.
The photo below shows the Streaked Horned Lark an Yellow-billed Cuckoo fresh off my easel. They are on my “drying wall”. I will photograph them after they have dried a little. They are also 12 x 12 inches.
Well, nothing at the moment. Nut this one was there yesterday. I am working on several projects so this one got swapped out for a couple of days. This is from my figurative project. It’s the only glimpse you will have for awhile. I have already finished one and have a ew more to go!
Current Happenings —————————–
Classes are taught through Portland Community College (PCC) Community Education
April 16 – May 21, 2019 — Watercolor Postcards
Please join us!. I will share simple drawing and watercolor tips to get you creating postcards of your journey, whether it’s around town or around the world. Drawing skill is not necessary.
Register at PCC Community Ed
Drawings @ Elisabeth Jones Art Center, thru May 30