Friday, April 11, 2014

Filling My Journals

This is a page I just finished  for my Sketchbook Diet journal group.
My son is a vegetarian and loves this recipe. So do I.

This is Madison Alexander.
I sketched him from a quilt I am making honoring this sweet cat.
I am using this sketch and painting for my Documented Life Project, this week.
Which was: Monochromatic: use shades tints and hues of one color.
Hard to tell but this is all blues. Camera just didn't catch it.

Here is the quilt I am working on.
It is called 
"The Many Moods of Madison"
In case you are interested here is the story of Madison
in a nutshell.


Merry said...

What a beautiful story about Madison, although a little sad that he was left to fend for himself. Love the quilt you have made with his many moods . And wonderful artwork too.

Snap said...

I love Madison's quilt ... what a guy!

Createology said...

I adore kitty cats and Madison was a very lucky one to find you. Lovely drawing of blues and the quilt honoring Madison. Sketch on dear...

Feathers said...

Left behind to fend for himself--he was so lucky to have you near, to care for him as much as he would let you--the quilt is a beautiful memory.

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

Oh poor Madison. Why do people just leave pets behind like that? AT least he tried to trust you a little. The quilt is fantastic. Have a wonderful weekend. Tammy

Anonymous said...

Awwwww, what a sweet story and drawing. I LOVE LOVE LOVE THAT QUILT!!!

Loves from The Queen

Judy S. said...

Fun story and neat that you can use your sketching on a quilt! What makes people abandon their pets? We had a cat for a long time that neighbors left behind. She was a sweetie.