Saturday, May 19, 2012

EDiM for May 17th,18th,19th and 20th

Draw some bread-write about it.

                                                    Draw a nearby body of water.
                                      .         The pond  & waterfall outside
                                                                    my window.

Draw your artspace.
This is part of my drafting
table where I paint.
Draw a street light.
This is on a parkway I was driving on
one dark windy night. It was beautiful
but didn't give off much light..

Once again I am playing catch up as I had
to go into the big city of Seattle Friday.
I don't like driving into Seattle because
something always happens and DH rolls
his eyes and always says, "Only to you would 
this happen!"  I shall try to post about my
adventure of the big city soon. It is 
good for a laugh.....


Shirley said...

Hi Sharon, I thought I would stop by to see what you have been drawing. I
like looking at yours and others because it something that I don't do. Did you get lost in Seattle like I do at times when I go to the bigger cities. Have a great week . Your Missouri Friend.

Charmingdesigns said...

Sharon, would you please share with me where this EDiM is taking place. I think I'd like to join in the fun.

Janet said...

More fun drawings from you! I always enjoy seeing what you're doing.

Driving in Seattle was never one of my favorite things to do when we lived near there.

Merry said...

So love seeing all the things in your life in your artwork. Love that waterfall and pond piece.

Createology said...

Hi Sharon: Your drawings are such a wonderful view of the ordinary and extraordinary. I hope your adventure was a safe one and I shall look forward to hearing all about it. Just a Himalayan Blue Poppy seeds are super tiny and growing the tiniest little sprouts in their little plastic green house. Blissful Drawing Dear...

Debbie Nolan said...

Sharon your drawings inspire to me to gather my sketching materials together and forget all the other things and appreciate the simple things around me. As always thank you for sharing. God Bless You.