Just finished a picture of a woman chef to go with my other man chef picture. The colors are slightly different, but they are both awesome! It was rather difficult to find a woman chef picture anywhere as far as I could see. Don’t know why that is! But anyway, hope you like this one.
I just put up a new image on Fine Art America. I really love this site! Hope you like it!
Well, here i am again, and this time I have 3 pictures I have finished and hopefully ready for the portfolio.
The Piggy Pudding picture makes me feel like I still have to add something, whether it is pockets on the apron or corner pieces of pines and berries. I may still have to add to this one. But the other 2 I am sure are finished. I hope you like them…it took me quite awhile…watercolor!!!! Enjoy!
I know I have not posted anything in awhile, but with Christmas just being over I have not had a lot of time to sit and draw. I do have several items I am presently working on to add to my portfolio before sending it to art licensing companies at the end of January. One is this little piggy I named “Tiny” as he is a micro or teacup pig. I am trying to get some themes together, as I feel they have a better chance of being accepted than single drawings that stand on their own.
I have 3 other pig pictures that I have done, but were all done in pastels. This is the first one I have tried in watercolor. I must say, I like the way this is turning out. Well, this is almost completed, but it still needs some work. When it is completely finished, I will post it again. But for now, here is Piggy Pudding…almost ready for next Christmas..I hope!
Here is the newest, now on to the next one! I love doing chef pictures…I always loved them and now it’s nice I can make my own! This robust guy loves making cupcakes, hopefully not one at a time! This time I added white text to the picture with another program. Hope you like it. Bon Appetit!
Here’s a new pastel picture. Something a little different than I am used to drawing, but I hope you like it. I like pictures of chefs and cooking, etc., so it felt kind of good to see that I could make one of my own. Next, I would like to try a drawing of loaves of bread and wheat and call it “Daily Bread”. We’ll see…. 🙂
Well, I never made it for Thursday’s Poet Rally , but I’m posting this anyway.
This was a poem I wrote for My Mother-In-Law’s birthday a very long while ago. We all had to write a poem about what made her so special to us. I just thought about what my kids would have written if they had to do this, so it was from a child’s point of view. As you read , you’ll see there are many reasons why she was, and still is, so special. Even though she has changed her address (not 57 Don anymore),and has slowed down her pace a little bit, she still holds her own. Everyone still likes to go visit Grandma’s House!
Grandma’s House…It’s Heaven!
*Someone once asked me if I believed there’s a heaven.
I replied that I did, “It’s at Don, 57!”
That’s the street and the house where my grandmother stays,
where she sews and she bakes and weaves love through her days.
And what would you find at my grandmother’s house?
Well, I’ll just name a few:
First, there’s that huge pool out back and Papa’s barbecue!
Then there’s the deck where we dry off and snack, we can’t forget that, too!
There’s a large playroom down cellar and a swing set outside!
In the garage, there’s a go-kart, where we take turns for a ride.
And Grandma’s kitchen holds smells of all her baking and cooking,
but it seems she must do this when no one is looking!
There’s always chocolate chip cookies and brownies, homemade!
Drinks of coffee milk, soda and iced lemonade!
There’s roast turkey and pork chops, hot dogs and fries,
ice cream and cakes, assorted pudding and pies!
Even Dad’s never seen a steak THAT size!
For snacks, she keeps a great, big shelf , and I always want to help myself!
There’s gumdrops and chocolate bars, potato chips, too!
Corn curls and lollipops and gum to chew!
You can even take some home with you!
You’ll see fancy quilts and cloth dolls, and Grandma’s sewn every stitch!
If she sold all her treasures, I’m sure she’d be rich!
There’s plush chairs and pretty towels, lots of linen and lace…
“Hey, isn’t that chocolate on Kelsey’s face?”
There’s magazines, newspapers and books Grandma’s read.
Plenty of band-aids for boo-boos and kind words said.
Then holidays are always great, as Grandma loves to decorate.
She puts colored eggs out for Easter, and leaves out for Fall.
At Christmas, there’s gold-ribboned wreaths on the wall.
I just don’t know how she does it all!
Now, there’s a roast in the oven and turkey soup in the pot.
Take a plate, stand in line, while supper’s still hot!
Grab a chair, sit on down, relax, take it slow.
Because at Grandma’s, it’s heaven on earth, don’t you know!
Now after reading this, it sounds like it would make a great children’s picture book! I think I may just try this!
Hope you liked it, and I bet it sounded like a Grandma you know, too! 🙂