When my kids were young, I started Christmas cards at the beginning of October. Why that early? Because I was nuts. I was a stay-at-home mom who freelanced, which translated into four or five hours of sleep a night and sleep-deprivation migraines at least once a week. But I loved making cards. My first card […]
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Selected ink drawings from Inktober 2017.
A sampling of drawings from the first year I participated in Inktober.
A flower fairy dressed in ruffled clothing lands on a poppy in full bloom.
A dark-haired fairy balances on the stalk of a blooming pink bleeding heart.
Watch this time lapse watercolor painting of a tiny fairy hiding in a clump of cherry blossoms.
Much to my black cats’ dismay, orange cats remain my favorite painting subject. To make matters worse, I vacuumed all their black fur off of this rug before I started painting…
Bubbles swirl around three young fairies. One of the fairies has a pin, and she’s not afraid to use it.
What color bicycle would your cat want to ride? My orange tabby wanted a purple bike. But when it came time to color the scarf, I put it up for a vote.
Two Lynx Point Siamese cats, Rufus and Earlene, were lucky enough to move out of a feral cat colony and into a loving home. Visit this post to see my paintings of them!