Where the time is running? Hope you are all well and going to have a very Merry Christmas and supper healthy and prosperous New Year. It was great to share another year with you dear friends and I look forward to see you all in 2015. Have a great time where ever you are around the world, together with your friends and families. It was great pleasure to be part of our extended family and community and I look forward for more. Thanks for stopping by and saying hello during 2014 and I hope you are all going to say it here in many languages as you can, so together we will have a better peaceful and friendly world in 2015. Happy New Year ❤
Dear friends, I guess you are all ready and looking forward to the upcoming holiday. Hope you are ready to celebrate and enjoy the Christmas.
It was great to spend the year with you all and I will look forward to see you again in the New Year. May I wish you, your family and everybody around you a very Merry Christmas, Doron
I watched this afternoon on the box with the youngsters ‘Happy Feet’. One of the water colour artist that I enjoy watching and who gave me a great inspiration on my journey, is Hazel Soan. I was watching her painting this scene the other day and I loved the penguins. I had to use my artistic licence a little bit and tried it for myself. Looking at the finished paintings I wondered, Do they know it’s Christmas at all?
I never thought I can meet such a nice bunch of people leave alone keep a Blog running. A short while ago we all were strangers but through exploring our hobbies, our life stories, we all met and I cannot thank you enough for being part of it. If you follow me or just accidently peeped in to check what my journey was all about, thank you for doing it. I feel privileged joining your neighbourhood your community, your life stories and interesting secrets. Thank you for letting me in and share with you my new crave for painting. May I wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year and hope our friendship to last for ever.
Maaaa sound familiar but not so much when the weather is turning cold. It is a sound more likely in spring. As the snow come down south in England and the days get colder, I thought to paint a winter scene. After watching some of the Christmas cards painted by Martin Taylor I had a go. I am not sure if it was good enough to be my nominated Christmas scene yet.. I am sure there will be few more later on. And to make you feel more in season I even switched the snow to fall on my Blog site… So keep warm and I must rush to put the fire on and also put a jumper on.
A while ago it was Autumn and leaves still falling off the trees.. Days are short and it is Winter knocking on our doors. It is damp and bleak, I can even feel the cold in my bones. They probably start displaying the Christmas decoration in the shops and people will soon start singing Christmas carols…
The painting above inspired by an exercise I saw in our magazine by Trevor Waugh. Sometime, I have spare moment or two which I pass by trying my hand following those exercises. I know that keeping painting various subjects improve you as an artist. I feel that each part of one painting probably lead you and make your next one.