Today I have my appointment at the hand specialist; it has been brought forward a few days, which is good, as I hope he will be able to do something to stop the pain in my thumb joints. I am longing to do some really messy, painty and sticky work again!
This week I have had to be contented with making part digital stuff. The drawing here is another one of the series I made back in 1995. The originals are in red chalk. I traced the outline and scanned it, changing the line colour to blue. I printed it onto dictionary paper again, and used water colours and oil pastels to colour it. The oil pastels are easy to hold and use just now.
I am linking to Paint Party Friday, hosted, as always, by Kristin and Eva.
And this was a piece of digital fun, printed onto dictionary paper, and brightened with some neon yellow.
The weather was nice, so I was able to enjoy two long walks.
I visited the horses, as always - they are on my way to the Rhine.
We have a new sculpture in the castle ruins, and I think I like it. It has been made by Peter Schwickerath, an artist from Düsseldorf.
Some more quiet corners in the Church Close:
Have a great day, take care, and thanks a lot for coming by!