Halloween. Mr. Bone Crow is enjoying a Fall evening.
When I was a child my mother would make caramel apples, using apples from our trees, and hand them out to neighborhood children as a treat. I am thankful for good memories and the experience of growing up around nature including trees, pasture, animals, an amazing food garden, and scotch broom to make forts in. Halloween to me means shorter days, dark rainy nights, and orange and yellow leaves mixed in with the mud and puddles. This little bone crow was getting a rinse in the rain on just such a Fall rainy night recently. He makes me happy. Happy early Halloween to you and I’ll have another update of my Community painting next week.
New painting coming along and it is called ‘Community’. Watercolor on paper. I may add some chalk pastel to this one, not sure. The painting will let me know at a later date through artwork telecommunication.
Horsepaintermish is my Etsy Storefront name. There you can find current work available including originals, fine art prints, and a closeout page on various prints on sale.
The url is: https://www.etsy.com/shop/Horsepaintermish?ref=shop_sugg
Sketchcrawl on a beautiful Fall day at Lake Forest Park Sunday Market and hosted by Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council.
Thank you to all who came up and said ‘hello’. Sitting right by the flower booth, wow was it fragrant! I will add more images on Thursday. Thanks for checking in!