Thursday started out here cold and very misty. The mist swirled around for a couple of hours - the sun kept doing its best to get through, but had a hard job of it. In the end, the sun won and we had some blue skies and sunshine for a couple of hours.
Today I have chosen to be inspired for Art Journal Journey by Keith Haring and his colourful creatures. I used to draw these a lot when I was teaching, they are quick and easy to draw in coloured chalks on the blackboard, and were good for getting attention and explaining words in English lessons. So I had fun drawing them again today. His figures remind me of the blue sower from Wilhelm Morgner that I showed here. The background was painted with acrylics and stamped with a crackle stamp, I drew the figures and coloured them with water-colours, edging them with a black felt pen.
I am also linking to Paint Party Friday, hosted by Eva and Kristin.
I enjoyed watching the mist swirl around this morning, recede, and then come back again. It seems to suck all of the colour out of the world.
Here the sun make a first try to get through:
And disappeared again:
The next attempt:
Have a great day, take care,
and thanks a lot for coming by!