Daily life of a Country Artist
Dear Debbie, your photos have captured things so beautifully, and your watercolour is soothing and dreamy! Thank you so much for sharing.
The wildflowers are so beautiful and of course I love the blue and white jug too.I am sure that is Shelby with an inquiring expression - treat time yet?Your watercolor is lovely. Butterflies are quite magical to watch - they almost dance amongst the flowers.
Dear Debbie,Such beautiful nature photos.. I love the wildflowers, and your watercolour is just lovely! I like the words Linda used to describe your painting...soothing and dreamy!blessings,Penny
Beautiful photos, Debbie. And love your watercolor with the butterfly... wonderful soft colors....
Love that inquisitive look! What a handsome lad!!! Is this your young one?Kathryn
Beautiful photos - and love that watercolour sketch with the butterfly!
lovely blessings to view and a beautiful butterfly wc
Your watercolor sketch is gorgeous! Sunday went by so quickly, but I hope you have a wonderful week! P.S.He does look curious about something!
Your love of each and every day is infectious. Love the butterfly xx
I can see you enjoyed the beautiful day. It was beautiful here too. I hope you have a lovely week. :)
Your table setting is so beautiful! You've inspired me to do the same!
Blessings indeed! Your wildflowers are gorgeous Debbie and the blue and white china jug they are in is so pretty. I love your dog's expression and your watercolour is particularly beautiful!
I don't think a Sunday can get any better than this... Love your dogs' expression... I think he's saying " How about this look"?
What a beautiful day. Love the expression on the dog's face!
Love your photos, I too picked some wild flowers and they look pretty. Your dog looks full of character . What a beautiful painting, such soft detail of the butterfly.
I was just on my way to see how your autumn colour is changing the landscape. Lovely photographs and a gorgeous wildflower bouquet . Things seem even more precious when you know they are soon to be gone until next year.Yes I think I have noticed in past years that we are much later for blackberries. As you have seen they are amazing this year. Your painting is lovely, I have been sitting in the garden watching butterflies, we are still enjoying sunny days but getting chilly in the evenings. There has been so many beautiful days, so much to be thankful for this summer.Have a good week .
Your watercolor is absolutely delightful, love soft colors and mood , LOVE it ! Wish you a great week !
Dear Deb, your watercolor is absolutely delightful, lovely soft colors and mood , LOVE it ! Wish you a great week !
Gorgeous skies indeed. I love your inquisitive companion.
Oh what gorgeous wildflowers! Nice doggy, too :) and I really love your delicate butterfly sketch
i love the wildflowers and your pretty butterfly painting, so soft, and the cute expression on your sweet companion :)
Beautiful photos and sketch. I especially love the sweet companion... Blessings, Victoria
There is always such a refreshing peace about you, Debbie. I so admire that.
Bonsoir,Je suis sous le charme de vos jolies photos... Nul doute une superbe journée !Gros bisous.
Your Sunday's blessing are gorgeous ~ even now on Tuesday .Of course I also have to mention how much I adore your smiling Shepard !
Most beautiful! Blessings indeed!!!
Fab sketch Debbie. Love the palette choice and looseness. Thanks for dropping by. xx
That watercolor piece... wow! I love the tonality you chose, and how it creates the ethereal, dreamy mood. The flow of the lines, the subject matter... it's a really strong piece! Congrats! Among the many blessings, let's also add having blog friends like you!
Debbie I am in love with your dog. Our weather is getting colder and the last of my flowers are fading. Love your watercolor. You are so talented. Have a beautiful week.
Lovely arrangement! Our goldenrod is just about done now. My autumn clematis is in full bloom though. I really like your butterfly painting/sketch. :)
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