Happy Sunday everybody, and hope you have more sun than we do! I overslept today, slept 2 hours more that usual, but as I didn't fall asleep till after four, I am quite happy about it. The rain clouds and sun seem to be having a fight as to who is allowed out first, too!
Today it's tiem again for Sunday Sketches over at Sophia's Blue Chair Diary. I haven't done any new sketches, because I spent my time yesterday making postcards, reading Peter Ackroyd and watching TV, so I would like to share a painting with you that I made nearly 20 years ago while staying near Lake Constance. While I was there I went on a coach trip through Liechtenstein and Switzerland, and painted this picture to remind me - in an abstract way - of the hills, pastures, trees and lakes we passed. It has been painted with tempera colours onto torchon water-colour paper.
And I made 4 postcards for a postcard art swap which Lenna at Creative Swaps is organizing. I have altered some postcards which Mrs (not more so) Grumpy at the Post Office gave me. Our theme is *A summer Day*.
I had fun altering the postcards with stamping and some little collages, and tomorrow I will make a mail-art envelope to send them off to Florida.
Hope you all have a lovely, relaxing Sunday. Take care, and thanks for visiting!