I thought I would share a photo of the wall in my daughter’s apartment. She decided to paint some stripes on it and I think it looks really great! I helped taping and painting and a laser level is definitely the way to go!
I love the shapes of old oak trees. They are so dramatic looking! This tree is huge! We are so lucky that we are surrounded by these at our apartment. (Except when you are allergic to it!)
I did not take any photos for 2 days! So I am making up for it today by posting 3 different photos.
I love these plants. So dramatic! The flowers are really pretty and interesting, and there are so many blooms! I also love the bright blue sky behind it! It was a gorgeous day!
I have been busy today getting all my paperwork together for my taxes. I did not have time to go photograph anything, but I took a couple of minutes and took this one. Thought it was appropriate!
It was a gorgeous day today, and of course I had to feel miserable! My allergies are winning! (the reason why there was no daily photo yesterday). I decided to stay home tonight from my Artist’s way meet-up group and rest, but I at least had to post a photo! This is my beautiful wind chime on my back porch. I think it’s a beautiful piece of art.
Just hanging out at home watching the Olympics!
Since I just finished cutting my husband’s hair, I decided that anything can get photographed, why not the scissors & comb? I am playing around with staging things for photographing. And I decided black & white looked better.
Well, this is the reason I did not get a photo posted yesterday! Getting ready for an art show, and I was overwhelmed with paintings all over my living room! If you are interested in checking the art show out (if you are in Austin), below is the info. I have my entire Horizon Series at this show!
“Passion for Paint” Artists: Marilyn Rea Nasky, John Bittick, N. Cabe Atkinson, Greta Olivas
North Hills Gallery, located at Northwest Hills United Methodist Church, 7050 Village Center Dr.
February 3-28, 2010
Artists Reception February 14, 12:15-1:30pm
Gallery hours: M-F 9am-5pm (closed noon-1pm), Sunday 8am-1pm