Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Birch Trees . . .



painting class once again
I enjoy it more and more each time we meet
some of the same people attend
yet there is always someone new too
we each interpret differently
so much fun it is
I found this post tucked away in draft mode
I thought I had posted it
forgive me if you have already seen this
tonight some of my painting friends
will be here with me to paint . . . on our own
without Sharon, the artist

believe me,
I will be showing you what we come up with.
I think I am in kindergarten again.
'till next time


TexWisGirl said...

so very cool! love it! have fun tonight!

amanda | wildly simple said...

This looks like the loveliest atmosphere!!
It's on my wishlist for 2015 to take a painting class.
Last week, Lilly had a friend over and they wanted to paint.. of course Beau did too.. so I got everything out and they each found a canvas (I've got a stash of them!) and then I decided I may as well join in.. They all finished, tired, and went to bed, and I kept on painting! Reminded me how much I love to nurture my artistic center and NEED to do it more!
Love your birches and can't wait to see what you guys come up with next on your own! (If I could join you, I would jump at the chance!!)

Sarah Huizenga said...

Amazing work. You have a real gift.

eileeninmd said...

Hello Lynne,, I love the birch trees, they make a great subject for your painting.. It looks wonderful, you did great! Enjoy your day!

Margaret Adamson said...

You al looks like you are enjoying painting and each one is really lovely.

barb said...

I would love to join this class. Great work Lynne.

MarmePurl said...

Can I be you?

Musings from Kim K. said...

How exciting. Your smile says it all! Enjoy every minute with your friends and your paint brushes!

Karen S. said...

Wow, how fun, you all do a wonderful job too. Thanks for sharing, I really like seeing these art projects!

Kerin said...

Love it!
Great job on the painting.
I am so glad that you are having so much fun, and learning new things.

Looking forward to seeing what your next piece is.

Pie.. you should paint a :)
It would be a great kitchen art piece.


Michelle said...

I like the perspective on the paintings. Nice work!

Pamela Gordon said...

Your birch trees came out beautifully, Lynne! I really like it. I'm glad you've found such a great hobby and are doing some work on your own too. It must be very gratifying and fun.

At Home in English Valley said...

I am enjoying your paintings. Don't you enjoy the process? How your mind wanders, your blood pressure drops....I don't paint but feel that way whenever I create, with fabric, yarn, paper. Can't wait to see what you paint next my friend. Love, Penny

Jean | said...

Lynne, how wonderful! I would love to be in that painting class with you!

Buttons said...

Oh don't you just LOVE the sharing of time with like minded people. It makes everything better. Lots of talent there. I have started hanging out with writers, getting together sharing ideas and it inspires to be around people with the same interest. Love yours. HUG B

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

CAN'T WAIT to see y'all's work! Painting with friends is SO much fun! And, it is amazing how each one looks different... just like the people do. ENJOY, Lynne!! blessings ~ tanna

Missy George said...

Kindergarten!!! Are you going to be finger painting?? Have fun tonight!!
It's nice to see others interpretations.

Rose said...

All of them are really looking good!

A Joyful Cottage said...

I'm so glad you're doing this, Lynne. I can feel your excitement and energy in your posts. Lovely painting you've done.