Drawing Challenge: Grass
Because little things are practice for big things, I decided to roll around in the grass at the house next door, (which is about to be torn down), and count the clouds! To me, little things and baby steps are key. They are a form of reassurance.
Art: watercolours, inks, watercolour pencils on (shock) Arches white paper! 😀
Come visit this lovely spring grassy group: Becca, Tammie, Renee, Marian, Ariane, Carole, Renilde, Viola, Nadine, Eric, Emily, Patrice, Renee, and Melodye.
Where are the dandelions of yesteryear? There’s a poem in there somewhere.
Nice! Robert was just asking me what happened to me writing a poem for each Sunday. Might start that up again. 😀
Oh this is sooo beautiful! Grass as you can see it from lying in the grass!
Thank you for hosting! 🙂
Thank you so much Viola. 😀
dandies and grass
thank you for being our host!
I love the dandelions int he grass too. One of these years I’ll try to make something with the dandelions, like wine or something. 😀
keen observation, you show us the elegant side of grass and dandelions, often considered as ‘just weed’,beautifully done dear Veronica, beauty is all around for those who want to see.
thanks for hosting, have a lovely weekend and late birthday wishes for your lovely daughter,x
Thank you so much Renilde. 😀
Beautiful painting Veronica 🙂
I was mowing my 1yr old lawn – such tiny blades of grass – I left the edges tuftty just to see the wild flower heads!
Miss you Joanne. Miss seeing the last year garden and seeing how it’s coming along. Hurry and finish your studies so you can write a blog again!!! Lol. Hope all is going well in your corner of the world. Sending you great big hugs and hoping that maybe this year I’ll get over to Wales. 😀
wauw…. such a fine delicate piece you made
we do not have grass in our garden anyomore
since we turned thta part into a kitchen garden
but when we had grass i liked it long like yours
thanks for hosting
and this fine springlike theme!
Oh, I’d love to see a photo! I love kitchen gardens, potagers, all gardens actually. 😀
i just posted mine
but now i see
that you don’t have a link to my name…..
i had commented on fb i am in
Oops, fixing that right now. 😀 Sorry about that sweetie.
I love how you show the chaotic messy way grass tumbles its way towards the light – suits my mood these days 🙂 X
Wish I’d been there to view the grassy view with you. It’s such a treat to lie on the spring grass. Delicate isn’t often a word used for grass but that’s the word that springs to mine from you painting. Lovely, Veronica. Thanks for hosting again. xo C
Your rolling around in the grass gave a wonderful result! Thank you for hosting.
Rolling in the grass, dear Veronica, is fine!
Your drawing is precious as a etching, great.
Thank you for hosting, again, Dear. Grass has brought me back to memory lane… and cheered me up (’cause my sister has left Hamburg on Friday I felt sorrow of leave-taking).
this is so lovely, you’ve made homely weeds look elegant
just beautiful, fresh, sparkly… and of course the roll next door… n?
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