A couple of weeks ago when I caught that bug, it was the perfect opportunity to spend a little quiet time and enjoy Pam Carriker's online workshop "Pursuing Portraits" . I enjoyed it immensely! I rarely get a "time out" as it were . I had wanted to take the workshop for quite a while , ever since I got her book "Art at the Speed of Life" one of my favorites. I am so glad that I finally got the opportunity :)
These were a couple of my portraits I did for the workshop.
PFATT Marketplace !
This one, "She Bore Her Heart for All To See" is my PFATT Offering for March .
This original painting was just posted on my PFATT page, (click on photo above to visit the Primitive Folk Art Marketplace) . She was done in acrylics, charcoal, and vintage paper,s on a high quality water color paper, and then mounted to a 5x7x1/2" wood. (The water mark is for not part of the painting :)
After getting back from Reagan's Tumbling/trampoline competition yesterday evening, we found one of our favorite movies was on , "Alice ". Perfect way to unwind for the evening , we decided to do a little drawing, and painting, while we watched. Reagan is still working on hers. She loves playing with the backrounds too!
One of my Favorite scenes "The Tea Party " from Alice (turn off my playlist music to watch :)
Tomorrow , I will be posting 3 all new patterns in the "Etched Bullet Case Findings" in my Etsy shop! For everyone who has been waiting for more listings of these, and the etched copper sheet , I will be busy posting them later today and tomorrow. I just had to play a little catch up, and get ahead of myself after the last batches :)