Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Starting a New Journal

 I took Mary Ann Moss' class 
Remains of the Day for making a fun
different journal. But I never really
knew what I wanted to put in it. I decided
 that some off it, maybe all would be things
 I find around Wildflower. So here 
are my first 2 pages which I did in 
watercolor and pen and ink of what is 
blooming right now. It was fun to go
 all over the property discovering 
wonderful little plants popping up.
I shall have to date these pages for
reference sake.
My EDIM will be back in a day or two.
In the mean time check out Mary Ann's
class if you like. She is great fun!


Shirley said...

Hi Sharon, I always have to come to see what you have been painting. They are awesome. I enjoyed reading your post tonight and enjoyed the picture of Seattle. So far no storms tonight. Have a wonderful day. Hugs and prayers from Your Missouri Friend

Createology said...

I have been intrigued with Mary Ann Moss and her eclectic style for a long time now. Remains of the Day just fits so much of all that we have around us. Love the little drawings of what you saw popping up around your property. Happy Hearts are Creative Hearts...

JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

I love to see your paintings - what fun to discover the things that are blooming - great idea.

Laurie said...

These are so beautiful Sharon, you picked the perfect theme!

Tammy said...

I see you are at it again -- drawing every day. Good for you! I keep saying I will start some sort of journal and will do so for a day or two or a week or a month and then it gets forgotten again. I've wanted to collect little treasures on my walks and paste them into a book but that doesn't happen either. Your drawings are very sweet. Hope all is well and you are having a great week. Tammy

Anonymous said...

Great idea and very good too! Are you just doing watercolor these days? Loves from The Queen

Vee said...

Fun to date the drawings creating a perfect history of your own world. We do this with calendar entries, but it is not the same as this at all. Just lovely.

carmen becares said...

Hola Sharon, me ha gustado mucho la visita a mi blog, ojalá pudiera entregarte personalmente un gran bouquet de rosas. Te conozco desde hace tiempo y te visito a menudo, tu blog me gusta mucho, es fresco y precioso. Me quedo aqui para seguirte dia a dia y te espero entre mis seguidores,lo pasaremos bien.
Un besito fuerte amiga.
Carmen. Madrid, España

baukje said...

The first aquilegia is so beautiful!

Merry said...

What a lovely idea, especially adding dates and you can compare years to come.

Debbie Nolan said...

Dear Sharon - this looks like the kind of journal I will love...I too have been trying to draw and paint different flowers that are blooming in mine as well. Alas I have fallen behind!! Hope you will draw the ones I haven't!