... or it could be argued that I have rocks in my head, because I have taken up yet another creative folly: rock painting. (No this doesn't mean I've completed my last folly, the overly ambitious foray into art quilts - hah! I stuffed that into the spare bedroom for now.) Yep, I've been painting rocks. They are abundant at our new home - everywhere you stick a shovel in the ground, you hit a rock or ten. So I've been collecting, sorting, washing, looking up ideas and instructions online, of which there is also an abundance. Did you know rock painting was a "thing"? I sure didn't. But I do now. Here's my first completed batch. More are in the works. I'll have them in my booth at Art on Nepessing St.
I'm going to give this art class teaching thing another go. Gallery 194 has been working with me to schedule some new Mandala and Portrait class dates in June, and the ads have just been completed (thanks Katie Beth!)
I'll have more info at my booth at Art on Nepessing St. June 2-3.
The Art on Nepessing St. facebook page has been posting "artist profiles" almost daily, introducing the different artist who are participating in this year's event. Here is mine, featuring the painting I am donating this year: