First photo is a snap of my take in oils on loriepagnozzi ‘s gorgeous photo of the Tulip Bake Shop! She takes some absolutely stunning photographs!
I had so much fun doing this, and have finally found a photographer who’s work I really connect with! There’s about a dozen more of these I’d like to do, so as the four canvasses I prepped yesterday are waiting for me to make a mark, you can expect more of these to roll out over the next couple weeks!
Back to business as usual around here…no more Hiney. This is a fake tattoo I made, based super-heavily on this drawing by super-artisit, Liz Adams. I would love to have a real tattoo made of it (this one washed away too quickly!), but I would want it to retain that real watercolour look…any suggestions for excellent inkers in Ontario?
Betcha can’t guess what that ONE thing is…answer coming tomorrow!
More Hiney…because, well…Hiney!
And, on it goes…remember when Hiney was just a doodle on a scrap of kraft paper? Ahhh, those were the days…
World Art Drop Day, Drop #3 of 3
"Froots" 6" x 7", ink and Tombow markersDropped outside and to the left of the front doors of the the beautiful old Court House in St. Thomas, ON
I’m really hoping this survived the deluge that came about an hour after I dropped…I was seriously beginning to think I may need to take a crash course on ark building!
World Art Drop Day, Drop #2 of 3
"Trees" 4" x 6" ink and watercolour
Drop made inside a pavilion at Pinafore Park, St. Thomas, ON
Interesting side-note: Two ladies were seated inside the pavilion as I made the drop, and it seemed (not that I was eavesdropping, or anything) as if they were helping one another learn their new smartphone…maybe one of them got curious and took it home? Hope so!
World Art Drop Day, Drop #1 of 3
"Gnomeo" 5"x7" ink and Tombow
Dropped in Port Stanley, Ontario
Hope someone gives him a happy, gnome-y home! Til then, at least he’s got a view of our harbour and is out of our rather unpredictable Southern Ontario weather!