Above is a watercolor I did many years ago.
It is from a photo I took in Virginia, probably
around Petersburg or Williamsburg, or maybe Richmond.
We used to drive in the country a lot in those days,
and found many beautiful woodland places.
I didn't want to let this challenge go by without posting something
(especially since it was my turn to choose the theme, and also because
woodland forests are some of my favorite places).
Suddenly it's Friday already and I am busily working on
my postcards for the IA Altered Postcard Swap
and also finishing up my pages in Angie's beautiful White Journal.
No time to spend on Woodland art, even though I would love to!
Since it's a favorite subject for me,
I do have some things I may not have posted before.
Okay, I probably have posted these at some point,
but there's no time to search around to make sure!
This one is from my 2012 Sketchbook Project journal:
I had to download the one below from the SBP website when I discovered I
never photographed these 2 pages. Of course, the sketchbook is now at the
Brooklyn library (along with the other thousands of entries :)
It's kind of cool to think the sketchbooks will be there probably as long
as the library is there for anyone to check out and look at!
The project is ongoing, a new one every year. I haven't entered again, but I may in the future.
The SBP people have digitized the books...HERE is the link to my pages.
This one I have since started to rework, and it's unfinished now but I hope
to get back to it one day soon...finish it and put it in my Etsy shop.
Here is a bookmark which is in my Etsy shop.
Visit Inspiration Avenue to see
the entries in the Woodland challenge.
Have a great weekend, everyone!
I hope the autumn weather is treating you well!
(Or Spring, as the case may be :-)