Your poinsetta is beautiful. Nobody does colours in such an appealing way. I have learned so much from your daily sketches. Thank you. Now take a well-earned holiday!
Thanks south Alberta! Have a wonderful holiday!
Merry Christmas, and happy New Year… I am so happy I found your blog this year…. your art is so inspiring to me.
Have a wonderful holiday season Elaine!
Merry Christmas to you and yours, Shari!!
Thanks so much Katrin! Enjoy the holidays!
Thank you. Happy Holidays to you and yours and success in 2013!
Thanks Mona! All the best to you!
Have a great holiday season Don!
What an inspiration you are to all of us. I look forward each day to “TUNE IN” to your
blog and see what goodies are there. Thank you so much for your generous spirit in
sharing your ideas and experiments with different materials. This is really special!
Thanks so much Ruth! I really appreciate the comments. Have a wonderful holiday!
What an improvement!!! That’s so much better. At first, I thought you had done a new painting. So you haven’t bought that travel scanner yet? : )
Saw some poinsettias growing here today… in the ground.
I haven’t bought the travel scanner yet (!) and I didn’t realize how blurry the photo was until I returned home. I scanned it really quickly and reposted because the quality was so poor and there are some pesky followers who prefer the scanned rather than the photographed sketches : )
What a relief! I just checked the online Canadian-English dictionary and found that “pesky” actually is an adjective for “a person who can’t identify poinsettias from murky, out-of-focus iPhone photos”… I had originally thought you were using the Australian definition… which is not very complimentary. : )
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