Watercolor Journal May 2015/ French Cottage
I just returned home from teaching a couple of workshops.
Sometimes it’s hard to leave this:
But then you think of all the beautiful, creative people you are going to meet and decide you best get your buns loaded up and headed out to Holland.
After the long trip from Paris, you find yourself arriving at a French cottage planted right in the heart of Holland. (I know—all this Europe right here at home can be confusing. I don’t try to understand it, I just act accordingly…Bon Howdy and pass der chocolate.)
Complete with a sign carrying pig welcoming you to the sweetest cottage on earth AND
I did what any self respecting artist would do.
I painted the scene from the bathroom window overlooking the garden (that painting in the next post)
Put on my shoes
And headed outside to play in the water
In other news….guess what was waiting on me when I returned to Paris?
Oh yes he did.
Ed placed himself on an apron.
And not just one.
A whole bunch of them.
This is one time I agree with Ed.
Shed does happen. Especially where Ed is concerned.
Get yours now.
Highly collectible and totally ridiculous.
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There are a couple of spots open in my July workshop right here in my hometown of Paris….Kentucky
(Click here for the scoop or give my hubby Ron a call at 859 699 4908!)
More to come about Holland from Paris in my next post.