Our new Caravan behaved beautifully and everything worked well which pleased my husband no end as he was fairly disappointed with our last one which we sold after only 3 years and not much use.
I am now back to my beloved studio which was the only reason I did not mind coming home. I missed my brushes. I did a little sketching (not much and nothing worth showing) and took lots of photographs. We were lucky enough to stumble upon a Camel farm whilst out driving and Ian took some great shots for my future use.- Watch this space!!!.
I don't have any work to show you yet but thought you might like to see my Wild Faces exhibition hung the day before we went away at Bremerton Wines. I am really pleased with how my paintings looked on the really old stone walls. The exhibition is on a mezzanine area above the cellar door. People do not go there for seeing art but are looking for wine tasting but this winery also offers lovely lunches so people often stay longer and I am hoping they go up the stairs and take at look at my work.
Due to being away the first week of September and planning to be away at the end I missed the opportunity to participate in Leslie Saeta 30 paintings in 30 days but it is a real challenge keeping up with seeing all my blogging friends work as so many of you are involved. I am enjoying seeing them all even if I don't get to comment on every painting.
|Sketching on a beautiful spring day outside our new Caravan|