Snowdrops on my palette

After a lot of indecision this morning, we finally had our snowdrop workshop today and hopefully, everyone’s managed to get home safely.  I did this the other day when I just thought……hmm.  No pots.

Tape them to my board!  Hoping to paint some snow tomorrow although, it doesn’t seem to want to settle.



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Snowdrops in a square pot

It was touch and go last night whether we would have to cancel the workshop today but, not a flurry in sight, we all managed to get there and the workshopees made some brilliant work.  It warms my heart when they say they’ve learned lots and go home happy bunnies.

Another one booked for tomorrow, snowdrops this time but I’d prefer snowdrops without the snow tomorrow.  On Thursday, bring it on!  Want to get out there and paint but tomorrow, just want to get all my lovelies there and home safely.


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Helllloooooo.  I’m back after an extensive leave of absence.  That’s quite enough time spent on boring admin, readying, hanging two exhibitions, sorting painting holidays, tax returns, commissions and general faffing about.  Sooo happy to be back to normal.

Well, I say normal but I have my spring workshops tomorrow and Wednesday, that is if the beast from the east doesn’t mess it all up.  So far, so good here.  Not a flake in sight but the BBC would have it that we’re heading for Amaggedon so it’s not all over yet.

I may well eat my words.  Anyone, onwards and upwards.  I’ve had Snowdrops in the studio these past few days and here’s the first warm-up exercise……..ooh, it’s good to be back in the saddle.

1869 snowdrops

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