Sunday, November 28, 2010
Here is a smattering of wintry goodness. Even though we are heading into summer down here in Australia, these are the winters of childhood-- growing up in Montreal.
This is also my submission for They Draw And Cook's holiday recipe contest.
Hope you like! (the illustration, and the recipe! :)
Thursday, November 25, 2010
So… we don't actually celebrate Thanksgiving down here in the good ol' S of A, this is the closest thing I could find…
This is what I am most thankful for: Nadene and I on one of our many walks along Table Mountain :)
Happy turkey day everyone!
Wednesday, November 24, 2010
Sunday, November 21, 2010
Saturday, November 20, 2010
The Snow Dog image and haiku I did a few years ago seem to fit the topic this week:
Here’s the haiku, in case you can’t read it in the image:
Big white puppy dog,
Looks just like a polar bear,
Likes to hide in snow
I’ve always liked this big white puppy dog and polar bears too.
What’s your favorite animal that likes snow?
Friday, November 19, 2010
Thursday, November 18, 2010
Buurrrrrrrr...For most of us, this guy...He can take the harsh winters.
Many more wintery themes to come within the next month or so on my blog, so stop by I promise there will be plenty! Winter is my favorite time to paint.
Posted by Chris Harrington at 3:59 PM
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
When I was a kid, I used to love cardboard boxes. Making forts and houses, kitchens and cars and everything imaginable. With the coming holidays, I'm also reminded of how during the preparation of our holiday dinners, my siblings, cousins and I were often shooed outside during the day to play...and to stay out of the way of the adults!
Posted by chelsea at 6:46 AM
Sunday, November 14, 2010
There is something so very magical about the first season's snow.
All white, bright, clean and crunchy!
I love it.
To all my wonderful friends here at Watercolor Wednesdays
I wanted to let you all know that because of my scheduled
relocation and work schedule, that I won't be able to
participate in WAWE for a little while.
I have to take a break to catch my breathe and rest
for the long journey ahead. I will be back after some
rest and after things are settled.
I'll be by to visit of course. You talented Ladies
and Gentlemen are AWESOME!!!. Keep posting all your
fabulous work and encourage each others. Linda
I send you all my love my talented friend.
Everyone have a wonderful Holiday Season with
family and friends. Be blessed!
Posted by Vanessa Brantley Newton at 2:54 AM
Saturday, November 13, 2010
Posted by Vanessa Brantley Newton at 5:17 AM
Labels: children at play, tin can phones, watercolor and charcoal on watercolor paper Vanessa Brantley-Newton 2010 copyright
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Posted by Vanessa Brantley Newton at 11:06 PM
Here is an oldie but a goodie. It is of course Spring here in the southern hemisphere, but admittedly it still feels like Winter!
Hope you are enjoying Autumn/Fall in the north -- it really is one of my favourite seasons...
Oh, and just wanted to let you all know that I am having a giveaway on my blog for the release of my new children's book! Please visit! :)