Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Shots in the Dark...

Ahhh, we had a decent cool down.

 All the sprinkling cans of water Gary has carried to the veggie garden are paying off.  Everything is still growing.
 This hibiscus blossom appeared on the back porch....nicely protected from the hot sun.
 Class at 10:30.
LuAnne, my very fun and funky student, made me a bag out of Gary's old neckties.  I posted it several months ago.  We thought it would be fun for her to glue some to a canvas and create a collage sealed with modge podge (or whatever you call that stuff).  This was her first attempt.
Unique.  Cool!  Who else would have done this????
 Tina recently bought this little felted foal and brought it in for a little show and tell.
 Len continued to work on his is gorgeous and huge.
 Helen, on the far left, was in flux.  Let's see what happens next week...she was working on the butterfly last week.
 It is such a pleasure to work with these people!!!!
 I forgot to grab a shot of Shamra's dog before she left...another German Shepherd.
 Pam has started a new piece using pastels....
 LuAnne, who once said she was not at all interested in drawing, has changed her mind.
She is working on fish in colored pencil and really seems to enjoy it.
 Look at the eyes on this pup!  Donna has really found her niche.
 I added a little more to my painting.
 Seeing that Gary is now off duty at Sara's, he has been working very hard on the gardens.
This one is out by the studio...he just put in a butterfly bush.
 We had a simple, early dinner tonight as I needed to be in Brockport for a board meeting before 7.
 Coleslaw, beans and hots.
 Just like a picnic.
 When I left, Gary was still moving mulch.  (Angel was watching him).

 It was almost dark when we left the Town Hall.
 By the time I got home, Gary had made a lot of progress.

 Enough already!
Night all.


Two French Bulldogs said...

Those people are quite talented
Lily & Edward

Grey Horse Matters said...

All your students are talented. Love the castle. Nice idea with the ties. The gardens look great too. A lot of work but it pays off in the end.