This is my most recent cold wax painting that I finished moments ago. I like the depth of field I see in it; that some parts are in focus and some not. I like the colors too. It isn't really getting any easier so a success here and there is a good thing.
This is the mess I still haven't cleaned up in the studio. I worked mostly with powdered pigment in this one.
And halleluia, we finally got up to 70 degrees here. It won't last but we are thrilled for the sunshine; lawnmowers buzzing in the distance.
I ran around the yard and took random pictures for you.
I have been a lousy reporter.
And I have lots of weeds in my garden as well as a few old favorites.
John's pruning grapes today.
The studio door is open.
We have 2 cherry trees now and cherries on the menu for July desserts.
This photo is for William, the Bleeding Hearts you gave me for my Birthday last year are alive and well; that's saying a lot for this lazy gardener. Yes, I see that dandelion in the background - I'm going out now to disappear it. And clean up the studio. xo