Remember in a previous post that I mentioned an older painting that I had done on a round tray and how I wanted to paint it on a canvas? I started it before Christmas and have finally gotten back to it. I'll share a couple photos of the stages that it's going through.
This is my least favorite stage of a painting. It doesn't look like much, but I have to get through this point to get to the fun part.
Life in general is kind of like that too don't you think? We can't start at the top. Every year I go through this with my artwork. It seems like I've been working on the basics for years and slowly and painstakingly working my way up. So, each year I have to reassess where I am and set goals. That's what I've been doing and why I haven't been blogging much lately.
I'm now at the fun part of the painting and will be making some changes here and there to make it fit the canvas. Which is much like making some changes to my business and making it fit into my life at this stage of the game. I'm ready for new challenges how about you?
Below is the original painting that I did on a tray years ago. This painting, Home For the Holidays, was on the front cover of my Christmas instruction book several years ago. I'll keep you posted on how this painting is evolving.
This past weekend was our sweet daughter, Amber's, birthday.
Happy Birthday sweetie!