"One man's mid-life crisis with art." Or, "How many excuses can I come up with not to paint?"
you're too darned good - stop it at once!
Love you too!
Chuck, this came out just beautifully, and no, I really cannot get enough of the dog... I love dogs (I have a Siberian Husky!).The light effect of the sunshine is right on... lovely!
I know it sounds trite, but the color just brings this alive. (And why does it seem like there are more squiggly letters to figure out each time I come back here?)
Hey Dr. We're slowly working our way up to all 26.
Dusty is a great model. And probably very worthy of your attention too! Nice work. Look forward to more of Dusty!
I am so NOT over seeing paintings of Dusty ... so bring 'em on!Loved the drawing, but the color finishes it off.
Yes, you definitely got the light! Wonderful, wonderful. It is so great to see you at work again, C.
Linda - thanks for indulging my favorite model.Laura - thanks for being patient with me. :-)
This was worth the wait! The light is captured beautifully and Dusty is adorable. Your love for him shines through every drawing and painting you do of him. They are always superb!
Ah thanks Terri. I think I draw him too much sometimes. But he loves to just sit still! It does my heart good that you can see how much I love the ol' hound in a drawing I did.
That's a lovely painting. :)
Ooooooo, nice! Really lovely. Have you seen the cover painting of a dog by a chair on the book by artist Lucy Willis titled "Light in Watercolor"? Belinda
Hey Belinda,I just looked it up. How cool. I think that's a book I neeed to buy.
This is awesome!! Love the light and your dog looks so happy lying there!
Great watercolor, and I love the fact that you love your family. My husband is like that too. I guess that and the art makes you a keeper!
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