Just a little post sharing a few wild flowers from a recent trip through Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada.
(Testing out a new lap top (aggravating, has been updating for a week). Hopefully the images and blog post aren’t all wonky!)
Photography by Debra Hunter
Red Deer, Alberta & Pender Island, BC, Canada
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It appears that some how February became the month to put my mind to finishing unfinished pieces. So far a painting and a bracelet have been finished, plus a second painting completed, and a large amount of hours spent stitching the grain elevator piece. Here’s another one….the ladyslipper painting.
Last time I touched this painting was in July of 2013.
This seems to happen a bit. Start a painting with great enthusiasm. Real life happens. Push painting aside. Painting sits and sits.
Last night I decided to dust off the dust (literally….you really don`t need a description of that! LOL!) and put a few hours into the painting.
This is another image based on the sanctuary behind Kerry Wood Nature Centre in Red Deer, Alberta, Canada. An area I am toying with using as a theme. I talk about that a little in a post I just put up on my other blog.
This painting is acrylic on canvas, but the canvas is quite small measuring in at 10 inches by 10 inches. Still more work to do, but it is getting there.
I also did finish the painting I shared a few days ago and the story and details can be found by clicking here.
Back to the easel or stitching or dyeing or knitting to see what else can be finished!