Some cheery, bright slices for the citrus season!
I don’t know exactly why, but there seems to be certain times of the year when I take a break from blogging. Especially in February – I think it has something to do with enduring the long winter months. I have been staying creative this time though. I’ve been focusing on watercolor lately and have painted a few pieces I’m really happy with. This Bird of Paradise is my favorite!
Even though I haven’t been posting, I’ve still been getting likes on my older work. Thank you all for sticking around! I really appreciate it. <3
I’m a huge fan of Kasiq Jungwoo’s work. He creates absolutely stunning watercolor portraits and figure studies. This was inspired by his work and although it’s not as loose as I’d like it to be, I’m happy with how it turned out.
I’m a day behind because I’ve been fishing like a nut. Here’s the door to our cabin.
It came out a little wonky, but I actually like the overall style.
Golden Gate at sunset painted on a watercolor postcard.
Friends of sent me a couple packs of these watercolor postcards made by Strathmore. So far I really like them. I really love the idea of sending someone my art in the mail too. I think I might do a fun giveaway with these after the holidays.
I think more people should like coffee. I know, I know, millions of people already do, but I need one more person to like coffee. Specifically, I need my husband to like coffee, because he hates it and it makes me sad. He can’t even stand the smell of it, which really sucks for him because I make a delicious, aromatic pot every morning. It would be nice if he liked coffee because then we could have one more thing in common and be all TEAM COFFEE and drink interesting coffees and buy fun coffee things. And most importantly, I could upgrade from my tiny 4 cup machine, to a proper 12 cupper. But alas, he likes tea.
Here’s a glorious cup, painted using – you guessed it – coffee!