Lazy Days in France
12 x 12in oil on museum quality panel
Filled with grace and beauty, every day in France is full of new wonders.
Andre, who lives next to our cottage, invited us over to see his roses and garden today.
We have permission to paint there as well:))
What can you say about a French gentleman who has coaxed his roses to climb all the way
to the top of a tree and bloom?
Hope you’re hungry….we have five kinds of quiche to choose from for lunch:))
Today seems like the perfect time
to paint the bit of whimsy that we passed on the way to Saint Cirq.
Bicycles filled with flowers and watercolor journals make a perfect match!
(Please note: The photos I share here, of our time in France, are to be used as reference for doing watercolors for your personal journals or postcards only. I please ask that they are used soley for that purpose:-)
A visit to Saint Cirq means lots of walking (best get your sturdy sandals on:-)
If video doesn’t appear, just click here:))
And now it’s time for some winners:-)
….winners of my first three original watercolor postcards painted here in France are:
Valee Sewell Penn
So happy for you gals who won and for those of you who were so gracious to leave a comment, there are more postcards to come so you may yet end up winning one:)))! (Random.org is used to select the names of winners)
P.S. If you missed the watercolor tips I posted the other day, just click here to download them.
P.S.S. I will be giving away the watercolor postcards I do while here in France:)) Love making them, love sharing them!
To get your name in on the drawing, just leave a comment on my site:))
P.S.S.S. If you think you’d like to come paint with me, you can check out my workshops by clicking here:))