Tuesday, June 17, 2008

on the drawing board

In between prepping for my upcoming classes I'll be teaching I've also been painting. Here's what's in progress at the moment:

The picture above is painted on reclaimed wood. Like our souls after becoming a believer, it is made new and beautiful.



This is what I hope to see in Tuscany.... if I ever get the chance to go! It's not done of course.

This is a cake plate I'm painting. I've fallen in love with those jade colored pieces of tableware, and since I can't get one at the moment, I'll paint it!

3 comments:

Bethany Hissong said...

Hi Heather!!! I love your new blog look! I leave and everything changes :) I'm so excited to hear that you are really considering taking your talent to a new level. I loved your story about the mannikin and I absolutely agree that God gives us signs that are too obvious to ignore! My favorite painting is that Tuscany one... I love how you did the trees! Watercolor is actually quite difficult because it's unforgiving and it is awesome when something just works! I can't wait to hear about how the classes go and you need to just proceed with confidence in everything you do! You are an inspiration to me!

Sandi @the WhistleStop Cafe said...

You know we had watercolor lessons while in Tuscany. (look in my May archives)
You did a great job... much better than my attempt! It must have been the brushes :-)

artgirlATL said...

It had to be the brushes :)
I think my hubby would swap my art skills with your cooking skills if given the choice :)