Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Back At The Easel

                                  
                             Back At The Easel

Good Afternoon Sweet Friends!  Back at the easel today but wanted to pop in so ya'll would know I was thinking about ya!  Working on another tabletop composition.  Now I don't have a clue how long this obsession with this particular theme will last.  But I'll move with it until the Muse decides she's given me enough, okay!  Soon as I've made some decent progress, I'll post some pics, okay.  Have a Great Tuesday Everybody!

Blessings, Love and Tuesday Sunshine, Terri


6 comments:

Kendall said...

Good morning Ms. Terri! Can't wait to see what you create next. Thanks for your sweet comments on my family photos. I'm pretty biased, but I think my boys are just the most beautiful creatures on earth! Talk to you soon!

BTW, I have NOT forgotten about all that market data. I'm having trouble locating it! I had a big banker's box of stuff from my old art buyer job and I can't find it. It's in one of our 3 attics. Promise, I'll get it over to you as soon as I locate it!!

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Good Morning Sweetie...
Oh I love seeing your artists tools. How exciting this is. I know you are going to be creating another beauty.

I love your bouquet you painted, and is Spring not the most beautiful thing? I love that you added that. It is the element of surprise to the painting. I love it! Thank you for sharing with me. I so love it when you do. It allows me to see your heart. It is so colorful and happy Teri. I just adore you.

Have a beautiful Tuesday. Please know that you are so loved. Country hugs and so much love...Sherry

Kolleen said...

hi pretty lady!!!

enjoy creating!! anxious to see your pics!

sending love
xoxo
k

Dawn said...

Cannot wait to see what you come up with, watching your work is so very inspiring! Blessings, darlin!

Createology said...

Oh you tease you. I do not even know what these items are except the palette knife. I am intrigued. Happy creating...

Noni at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

Now, that's an interesting array of supplies. =) From your non-artist friends, we are most curious about how you use those! Obviously to create beautiful paintings! Love your spring works!