Life is getting a bit out of hand so I took the opportunity of a quiet Saturday afternoon to finish the challenges off - I know it is not quite in the spirit to rush the end...but I didn't want to miss out on the last one and it might not get done if I leave it to next week.
Thanks to everyone that has joined in the fun this month - it has been unbelievably inspiring and a total buzz!!!
So here is EDM 31- Something I collect... filled sketchbooks. Funny that I was obsessed with the uniform row of watercolour moleskines when I started but once I broke the mould I like the randomness of my shelves. Covering the current books that I use is a great way of remembering what is in each (I had to cover them as the are not robust enough to survive my usage of them)
EDM 30- A chair - tragically the Teahouse was full when I arrived so I had no choice of my seat let alone a good view of one of the fancy chairs. This view is not quite right as I was poking my head out to look around the corner at it. Of course I drew my tea cup as well!
EDM 29 - now this was hard deciding and I then pushed myself to work as fast as I could. Pity I didn't think about my use of colour first (if I could I would redo the colour!!!!) Vivaldi's first movement of Winter was my theme piece of music when I was in Venice at Xmas time a few years ago - hence background music - certainly affected the speed at which my hand moved!!!
This is part of the Everyday in May challenge - drawing something every day
in May. A group of us thought it would be fun to do a Everyday Matters (EDM)
challenge each day using EDM 1-31. The list is here
Me (obviously) flickr or blog
Wendy (QuirkyArtist) flickr or blog
Jennifer Blog flickr
Sandy blog or flickr
Anita blog flickr
Speck blog flickr
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