It's weekend - enjoy it!
For Art Journal Journey I have another A3 page for our masculine-feminine challenge. This was made from half of the underlay sheet on my table. I always try out stamps, colours, stencils etc on it, and thought it was a shame to throw it away. I gave it a thin coat of gesso, then used black paint applied with a sponge for the Dina Wakley moon face stencils. I used some scraps to make them some pink accessories. I was thinking about some of the sayings we used to get told as kids - 'Pink to make the boys wink', 'pink for a little girl and blue for a boy' etc. and used a stencil (sent to me by Teresa - thanks Sweetie) and pink India ink for the quote.
This is another of the quick sketches made in the ice parlour this week - this is the waiter, a friendly and smiley chap who always seems to be in a good mood. I am linking to Kim Dellow's Friday face art:
And on my walk I saw feminine and masculine trees again:
The flowers were growing on a scrap of waste land
A peaceful corner of the Hospital grounds:
Flowers growing down by the stream:
Have a great day you all, take care,
and thanks a lot for coming by!