Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Paint classes this week & a THANK YOU!

We painted a basket of hydrangea this past Saturday in paint class. We're painting them again in paint class this Friday -so I'll post those pics after class.

















Sue






















Josie (Sue's sweet mom)

Josie won the drawing and got to take home the project piece I painted in class (below). I painted it just a bit different so she would have two different paintings.







Sherry





















Then we painted the English Garden Landscape and Sue and Josie hung out with me for another class and Ellen joined us too.




Sue















Josie




Ellen's landscape











Monday we painted lilac



Sherry



















Barb


























Roz






















Nicole





















Sherry

Sherry won the drawing and got to take home the project piece I painted in class.

















THANK YOU ~ all that visit me and continue to come back even though I've been terrible at getting by to visit you! Since the holidays I've seemed unable to get my schedule back on track but I'm working on it daily! I've been tagged by Beaufort Belle and I haven't forgotten just gonna have to post it another day as I have to get ready for my Clay fun day with Barb today ~ she won a drawing a couple of months ago for taking 6 classes in a month and is coming over today to play with clay and have lunch with me. I hope you all have a wonderful day!

Blessings,
Sandy

15 comments:

Christi Snow said...

ooooh, Sandy! I love the spring theme that your latest paintings have taken. Hydrangeas and Lilacs...some of my all-time favorites. Just gorgeous! smiles...

petrii said...

What beautiful paintings for spring!! It sounds like you are really busy right now, I hope you get a little time to enjoy this beautiful spring!!

Dawn

Dragonlady said...

Sweet Sandy, Life keeps going and you have to do what you have to do to keep it going so you need not be sorry for not going to my blog or e-mailing me just because I leave a comment....you just continue with your beautiful painting and classes and taking care of your family, Friends Understand this!

Linda said...

Great paintings. Love the multi-colored backgrounds.
Love ya sis,
Linda

Bunny Chic Boutique said...

LOVE all the Beautiful Paintings!!

Have lots of Basketball "War Stories" to share with you. I often think of your son and the huge knot on the back of his head from one of your previous posts. I'm sure it's a distant memory now. :)

Take Care ~

Jayne

Amy P said...

Thank you for stopping by my blog! Your class keeps making amazing paintings!

Mary Isabella said...

The paintings are as beautiful as always. Please take some time to go out in the sunshine and smell all of the beautiful flowers God has painted just for you so you can capture his beauty on canvas......Mary

Ann(i)e Hafermann said...

those ladies are so darn lucky to be taking classes from you!!!
xoxoxo

Sandi McBride said...

Your ladies have done so well...I can't choose which is my favorite and wondered if the ladies had always had a hankering to learn to paint or if this is a new thing in their lives they've never thought about before. Will you ask them?
Sandi

ADELE said...

Oh now those are GORGEOUS!!!! I love hydrangeas and these paintings are so very pretty I am sure you are so proud of your students. I wish I lived closer to attend your classes.

justabeachkat said...

As always, your students amaze me!

Have a wonderful weekend sweet friend.

Hugs!
Kat

Gail McCormack said...

I always love to see what you've been up to in class. You must have lots of fun. How long does each class go for, you must be so busy Sandy

LivingTheLife said...

Sandy,
Thanks so much for stopping by my blog for birthday wishes! I appreciate you taking the time to visit and comment.

I LOVE your hydrangeas...and the English gardens...all your students did such great jobs...I used to take a few painting classes...I loved it! I'll have to find time one day to get back at it!

Blessings and again, Thanks...
Teresa

carolyn said...

Our Lilac tree is in bud at the moment, it will be as lovely as these paintings when it comes out.

Terri and Bob said...

It is always so fun to see the looks on your students' faces after they have completed their paintings. It makes my day!