Monthly Archives: October 2013

October 19: Four Maple Syrup Pitchers

This week the Daily Paintworks challenge was called “Four in Four”. We were supposed to take four things: one item and three pieces of colored paper, and create four compositions with only them. It was tough to create 4 paintings … Continue reading

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October 11: Honeybee

The weekly challenge at Daily Paintworks is to paint a bee to honor the creatures we so often take for granted. Every spring, the bees from about 20 commercial hives come to our pond for fresh water. On warm days, its … Continue reading

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October 6: Three Little Pigs

I’ve spent the past 4 days catching up on all the desk work, house work and garden work that got put off during September’s 30 in 30.  Note: I’m not saying I’m caught up, but I can see surfaces again! … Continue reading

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October 2: Best of the 30

Leslie Saeta asked participants in the 30 in 30 Challenge to use PicMonkey to make a collage out of the paintings they posted in September.  I couldn’t figure out how to put more than 25 paintings in the collage so … Continue reading

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October 1: Quite a Ride

The 30 in 30 Challenge has been quite a ride.  My admiration for artists who complete a new painting every day has deepened.  For me, the true challenge was to simply sit down and paint EVERY day. I had to … Continue reading

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September 30: 2 B Continued

Today is the final day of the 30 in 30 Challenge devised by Leslie Saeta over on her Blog “Slices of Life”.    I’m really pleased that I’ve come so far and have been able to post  a painting a … Continue reading

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