Tuesday, November 30, 2010

a very wooly sheep - art every day day 30

Today is day 30 of 30 of the art every day challenge hosted by Leah of Art Every Day blog. I joined the challenged about day 7.
I would like to thank Leah first for hosting such a wonderful event and I hope that she will do it again next year, and second of all the other bloggers I have met over the month. This month has prompted me to pick up my art brush, get the pliers out to not so gently persuade, my not used in at least 6 years, tubes of paint and to do some actual non-digital painting, as well as to explore the new medium of watercolour pencils.

Today I wanted to so something a little different but alas I now have a fresh cold and feel rather rotten, and my concentration was all over the place as is evident in my wool sheep.  The wooly sheep is a rather confused piece on plywood, with a layer of newspapers, then acrylic paint and some textured paste. yes it is rather a mess. To console myself I am considering this a draft piece... ah my cold medicine is working.
It has been a wonderful month. I am glad I took part. Thank you all for coming by and visiting and commenting.
Cheers

8 comments:

dthaase said...

i love the effects within this piece - great work

Missy said...

What a fun wooly sheep. Feel better and happy last day of AEDM. I like your little slide show that leads to your shop, such cute work!

Kristin Dudish said...

I actually think this is quite fabulous - I love the texture :)

Feel better soon!

xo
Kristin

Julie said...

I really like this piece, so dreamy!

Leah said...

Oo, i love this sheep!!

So glad you joined in. I will definitely be doing AEDM next year and I hope you'll join in again!

andrea said...

I don't think this is a mess at all! The softness of the sheep is all over this painting because of the texture and the paint application. Really sweet.

EVA said...

It is a very pretty sheep! I love all the colours and the texture.

Anne said...

I love your sheep, too!

Sorry you have a cold. Hope you feel better soon.

Nice to have discovered your blog this month!