Graphite on Bristol Smooth
I put everything I have learned over the past few months and I was able to complete this drawing. Maybe I did get a little ahead of myself, but now I have a good grasp of landscapes and buildings. I feel much better about my upcoming commission of an old homestead which worried me to no end and it never hurts to expand your portfolio, right?
This is the only drawing that I have, but I’ve been very busy in my absence. I have been preparing for an arts and crafts show. Believe me when I tell you, that I am not a crafter. So this has been a difficult experience, but it’s also a good opportunity to sell my art. So I’m sucking it up and making a few crafts as well as selling some of my prints.
This is just a peek at the stuff I’m selling, but it gives you a pretty good idea. The glass is a lot of fun to paint, which was a pleasant surprise. ( If you have any ideas of what I can paint on these glasses, please let me know. I have a bunch more and I’m running out of ideas, lol)….I’m also selling rice bags, handmade cards, bookmarks, Zentangle art, jewelry as well as some prints and orginials….So wish me luck:)
Be Well and Happy!
4 thoughts on “Putting it all together…”
I love your art. I really love the glasses with the grapes. Good luck and let us know how it goes. 🙂
I wish you luck 🙂 I wondered where you had been! Busy girl, well done to you. Commissions seem to have the power to worry, I have one at the minute in Acylic ~ I have not painted in acrylic before!! But, it is coming along. Why not do one of your art flowers like the ones you did for your room. They would be nice on a candle holder type one. It all looks like a lot of fun, I really do hope you do well.
you make me so proud. You are so gifted. Good luck with the show.
Coool,,you do so many diff. things with your artwork,,,wanda