20 Jan

During the Creative Process

Dream Time in the Garden

Shady gardens are made for flowers, breakfasts and dreaming.  Sitting in the midst of blooms and tendrils, the mind finds itself unbending, unwinding and remembering that everything is working together for our good:)

Marco Island, Florida Workshop I

When you look out and see this on the first day of the workshop, you know it’s gonna be a great day:)!!

So I have taken my time here on the island to heart, remembering the wise words of….


YOLO….you only live once!!….so I decided I had better get busy eatin’—a girl’s gotta keep her strength up for the workshops….those brushes can get awfully heavy;))

Nacho Mama’s Nachos 🙂

and  Shrimp…(please don’t tell the Eddies….) got me all ready to go:))!

The place….


The tools….

The Artists…focused and at work!

Sensational sunny sunflowers painted on the first day of the workshop:)!

Margarita, one of three talented artists who traveled from Honduras  to paint with me on sunny Marco Island:))
Paintings stacked up everywhere during the three days of painting….

with musical easels paintings adding to the collection!

From New Mexico to Colorado, Michigan to New York, Florida to Honduras

and a couple of artists who braved the ice to make it from Louisiana–we were all happy to be together painting and sharing on the island 🙂

A super warm, loving and talented group of painters!

Gail, Julie, Karen, Aimee, Joanne, Margarita, Sulim, Ileana, Dianne,  Mohndera, Karen, Laura, Leigh Ann, and Jan

And so the sun sets on the Gulf of Mexico and a whole new workshop starts in the morning with artists ready to paint the day away.

Workshop II on Marco Island….sure wish you were here!

“Dream Time in the Garden”
12 x 12in oil on museum quality panel

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  1. Dreama

    Thanks for asking, Rosemary. Paintings are shipped outside the US—the add’l postage has to be assessed and that is different according to the size of the painting and the country it’s going to. If you see a painting you like, you can go ahead and purchase it using the paypal button —we then figure out the postage costs, agree on that and then invoice you via paypal for the extra amount 🙂

  2. Rosemary Mccallum

    Just enquiring if you send paintings to Australia please

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