Of Things And Whatnot

Art Day at the Park

Art Day at the Park

I finally have found some art friends!  I am beyond excited to go out and art with other people.  It has been so long…  Since our previous art day was rained out, we chose the Thursday before Thanksgiving to get together, and we couldn’t have asked for a better day.  The sun was shining, thereContinue Reading Art Day at the Park

Border Cantos Exhibit

Border Cantos Exhibit

Amon Carter Museum of American Art A friend of mine and I went to the Amon Carter Museum of Art while the Border Cantos Exhibit was running.  It is a sad, yet telling exhibit of music and photography of the border between Mexico and the United States of America.  It really makes one stop andContinue Reading Border Cantos Exhibit

Coloring for Adults

Coloring for Adults

It’s the latest fad, or craze, or whatever you want to call it; coloring pages for adults!  It is said to be relaxing and fun.  So I tried it, and you know what?  It was fun!  Super sharp colored pencils, wonderful original art by local Artist Diane Brown, all printed on nice art paper, andContinue Reading Coloring for Adults

Watercolor ATCs

Watercolor ATCs

  Now that I am trying to get back into my right brain and be creative, I am having difficulty figuring out what to do.  I decided to join a hand drawn or painted atc swap for Bible verses.  I much enjoy watercolor, so I pulled out my paints and papers.  I also used myContinue Reading Watercolor ATCs

In the wake of the fire

In the wake of the fire

  I have always been intrigued by fire, by what remains after its wake.  Slowly, the forest reawakens.  Slowly, the trees begin to grow.  Wildfires have raved areas of forests and of fields where I can watch the renewal of vegetation progress over time.  Quickly, the grasses grow, green than they had left.  Fire hasContinue Reading In the wake of the fire