Getting to know my granddaughter at this delightful age is quite a blessing.
She's a very easy going, happy baby.
Just so some of you know that I really am working on my Lil Red Riding doll from SuziBlu's Workshop, Lil Red and Woolfie. The second coat of gesso is on and tomorrow I will sand that and then I should be ready to draw on the face with pencil. When completed this will be an aged, shabby, slightly dirty looking, well loved folk art type of doll. First I have to get my nerve up to draw the face, remembering my Petite Doll class I took and how to draw faces.
Tomorrow, Riley goes to the day care sitter and Murphy and I have some major work in the garden to do and grass to cut. The chores are winding down but still have to be done.
Someone suggested that the picture of the Blue Chair would make a great art quilt. I agree. I think it would be interesting digital or altered photo or just about anything. I thought about suggesting a challenge but you know life has been throwing me some unexpected things lately and I just don't think I can meet a deadline.
That said, I still am going to try to do a little art quilt of the barn with the blue chair. Anybody else wants to do something with the picture please do and let me know when you post the results on your blog. Then we can all go and see it.
Ok, campers, I'm calling it a day. Say goodnight Bea. :)Bea