May 23, 2009

Mermaid goodness, macaroni salad, and an Interview!

It's been a good and busy Saturday -- had a barbecue with our church family, which was full of the lovely foods that pop up at potlucks. I brought macaroni salad and spice cake. :) I couldn't even try it all there was so much! Got too full. It's a huge blessing to be able to say that, really. So many people are going hungry and homeless especially nowadays, I'm really learning to count my blessings. This means no more complaining about how dirty my house gets with all this red clay dust around here!! Ouch, conviction for me there! Seriously, I'm lucky to have food and housing.

*News!* I have recently been interviewed by the wonderful Elena of Elena's Easel, if you'd like to read more about the behind-the-scenes part of my art! Also check out Elena's adorable colored pencil children's illustrations, I love the jungle animals. :)
Here is the interview!

I finished painting the two little mermaid art cards, which were fun. I wonder what a mermaid town would look like?

I decided to do auctions for these girls. Click here for the auctions!


Coral ACEO
2.5x3.5in. Watercolor on hot press paper.
Coral is a very curious girl from Mermaid Town, and she likes to collect shells from all of her explorations and bring home many strange pets.


Kara ACEO
2.5x3.5in. Watercolor on hot press paper.
Kara is a girl from Mermaid Town with a big imagination. She hopes to live in a sand castle someday!

I think my Pa and I might go look for Green Lights again tonight. If so, I'm definitely bringing my camera. Night, all!

1 comment:

Pixie Wildflower said...

What beautiful art dear heart!