Daffodil paintings on my easel
To the right, in a pottery vase
To the left in an ornamental jug
We have had snow in UK and the countryside surrounding our home has been covered in a beautiful white blanket that looks stunning in the bright sunlight. Although this has started to melt it over the last few hours today.
I have started my week with administration although I must admit I would much rather be painting. But my watercolours have had to be put on hold as I deal with my UK 2018 workshop bookings. These had sold out last year as soon as the dates were announced but life has a terrible way of creating unavoidable hiccups sometimes and I have been dealing with a few cancellations which has seen me contacting my wait list in the order of recieving them. To offer the now available places. When the workshop dates were announced last year there weren't enough spaces for everyone to attend. Unfortunately with only weeks to go to fill these now available slots it isn't always easy for others to be able to attend, especially at short notice.
But one space is coming up soon so I'm going to announce it here.
If anyone would like to attend a workshop with me on Tuesday 3rd April, please could you get in touch for full details?
Which reminds me, if you would like to add your name to my contact list in case of cancellations please do contact me now
Life does often create hiccups and spaces do sometimes appear!
But for now I can get back to my paintings of daffodils, cheery yellow against a grey sky is such a terrific colour to work with.
Daffodils in a floral arrangement