Remember the window I did not too long ago as a tester for the commission piece I did? You can see it here. Well, this is the result of that experimentation. Differences are...the branches are actual aspen branches (LOVE THAT), and the window was painted white and distressed. I have to say...lovin those natural aspen branches! But, the first one has it's own fun qualities as well. She LOVED the end result. I have to mention the wonderful stained glass artist that supplied the leaves is Kyle Schumacher from Blue Fish Studios on ETSY. Kyle is great to work with, in fact, he actually made these from a request I made. THANK YOU KYLE!
I have certainly had fun learning new things with this project. I DID learn, however, that it is extremely labor intensive...so I may not be doing many large ones, but I DO have plans of doing some really small single ones...stay tuned!
My friend gave me some wonderful cherries today...I just HAD to bring them home for a photo shoot...AS USUAL, feel free to use the photos as references to paint from...I like to share! I just appreciate seeing the fruits of your efforts...e-mail me what you do, it will be fun to see!! firstname.lastname@example.org. I'm sure I will be painting from some myself!
We have had gazillions of gallons of rain lately (or so it seems)...our mushrooms are as big as my HEAD! I'm happy to report that today is much sunnier and drier! YAY!
And, that is IT from my studio today...it was a good one! I hope this finds you