Another week has sped by, I was always busy and don't have much to show for it!
Nor did I do the H*******K, I'm still waiting for the really bad weather that keeps me at home! Today (Friday) started off rather grey, but the day got better as it progressed, with plenty of sun although it was very cold. In the evening the sun gave a wonderful final performance before disappearing on the other side of the Rhine, and I much enjoyed watching it. The birds have been visiting all day - pigeons, magpies, a jay, my woodpecker, tits galore and a cheeky bullfinch, all determined to get their share of the goodies.
We only have 2 more days left for the 'Inspired by the masters' challenge at Art Journal Journey, and I have another Braque variation to show, made using my sun and bird stencils. It does take some time to draw and cut stencils, but once made they can be used over and over again in many projects, and are really useful. The background is textured paper - my recycled wallpaper - with acrylics applied with a brayer. I tried to keep the colours to geometric forms to give a cubist impression.
Some of the photos from dawn till dusk:
There were hundreds of wild geese flying home, they came in several groups and flew across the sky, making a huge noise, as always:
Here's wishing you all a great day!
Take care, and thanks a lot for coming by!