Wednesday, August 21, 2013
Quiet summer evenings are a perfect time for reading. There is something special about curling up with a good book. Such a great way to relax after a busy day.
"The Guardian" by Nicholas Sparks has been on my shelf for several months. It has been waiting for the gardening chores to slow down. What a fine page turner.
Kaaren Poole's "How to Sketch Animals has practical illustrations on drawing sweet furry friends.
"Watercolor Simplified" shares Pat Weaver's fresh and vibrant style. She shows the importance of planning values and choosing a good composition. Her limited palette also keeps the painting process simple.
So glad you took a moment to see what I am reading. Hope you have something good on your bookshelf!
Thanks for stopping by. Have a wonderful evening!
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