Monday, February 2, 2009

A Founding Father and Flowers


You can never be certain what might appear on my website or online selling webpages each month. ('Cause I never am!). And this month the only "common thread" in my offerings is that I used paint! ☺

This past month we were under a blanket of snow, and I felt the "need for spring". So, I painted some forget-me-nots on journals. And because it is a month for presidential birthdays, I tried my hand at drawing and painting George Washington and Abe Lincoln in silhouette.


Here are is a link to my TDIPT page if you'd like to visit, and to view more photos of Mr. Washington, Mr. Lincoln and the flower journals.


While you are there, please visit all the other artist's pages and offerings!

3 comments:

Sarah said...

I adore silhouettes!! I love painting them - mine are more Halloween scenes! These are wonderful!! I adore the flowers - I'm looking to spring too!!

Bebe said...

Hi Suzanne!
Those silhouettes you did are so good!! That is talent to be able to successfully do Abe and George! I'm reading the story about the doggie and computer keyboard ~ it gave me the giggles because of your dog's face on the chair!! Too cute!
Lots of Hugs, Bebe :)

Jacquelynne said...

You have such a knack for those silhouettes, Suzanne. I am completely inept at them. And your flowers really are "spring-y" - so nice on a cold day!