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Monday, 26 October 2020


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Karen Walker

Lovely in every way! And yes, we can definitely use some color here this week. It's needed both weather-wise and as a boost to our morale as we await the end of the simply awful election season this year! Thanks!


That orange sure is cheery on what is a rainy, cold, dreary day here in southeastern PA.

The carrots are so cute. Now I'm thinking I MUST cook carrots with supper tonight. :::wink:::


It looks as though you had a marvelous few hours with your sketch book & watercolours. It certainly is a cheery set of sketches.

Melissa Gross

What fantastic bits of orange. Such lovely watecoloring! Yes, it always does me good to see bits of color ... especially on a gray rainy day like today.


What a lovely burst of autumnal colour - you really are a talented artist. I love seeing your paintings and am sure you thoroughly enjoyed relaxing with your sketchbook and paintbrushes!


How fabulous to sit down with your watercolours and simply play. Especially when it rewards you with such wonderful pictures. A beautiful, warming display in your book and yes, the colours help break up a grey day xx


These are so beautiful to look at! :)

sheila 77

These are all beautiful and so cheering. You've used subtle shades of orange which is calming too. Flowers in a plant pot, a drink, wrapped sweets, carrots, flower petals - all lovely happy images.

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