Friday, March 4, 2011

Didn't think I'd make it did you?

Okay ... here is one of the three new Giclée prints I have out. The title originally is "First Snow," but could just as easily be "Last Snow of Winter." These antelope are enjoying a respite in the welcome sun. In Colorado, 40° feels like 20° if the sun isn't out. When the sun comes with a 40° day, it feels almost like 60°. That is, of course if there is no wind. Then all bets are off!

The original was watercolor painting and the print is approximately 14" x 19".

Today was art class. I am enjoying learning the words that describe what I have always done naturally. Won't change anything, but it has been an interesting trip for me. I probably won't remember them when I need them. Too many years painting by instinct. But the class is fun and the budding and experienced artists are great company. Nothing like a little competition.

Till next time, this is me signing out ...

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Kathleen said...


Peggy Campbell Sculptor said...

Judy your antelope are beautiful but what else would I have expected, you are a perfectionist. Hopefully you are back to normal and healed nicely.

Judith Angell Meyer said...

Thank you Kathleen.

Judith Angell Meyer said...

Peggy! Thank you for stopping by. I have a couple of emails from you saved aside to answer later ... think this is later enough!? Will get to them Monday or Tuesday. Have company now.

I really appreciate you stopping by with your wonderful compliments.