It's Thursday already and I'm finally finding the time and energy to post this week's illustration.
A week that included "Open House"at my high school, a college kid's visit home, and beautiful fall afternoons that enticed me to walk extra miles, has left me a bit lethargic in the blogging department.
I'm looking forward to printmaking class tomorrow night and a NH Art Educators' conference on Saturday. Keeping busy, and glad most of it is fun stuff!
Rain in the morning, but the sun came out for a bit in the afternoon so I was able to take a walk with my long-time walking buddy. We got caught in a shower half way through but the temperature was mild today and it felt a bit refreshing.
The Fall foliage is close to peak color here, but the wind and rain sent many of the leaves off the trees today, and the sidewalks and streets were covered with a carpet of reds, and oranges, and yellows.
I am an art teacher who loves to draw and paint, as well as illustrate for children. I also enjoy printmaking---especially block prints. Whatever I do as an artist, I have to remind myself---no pressure---it all starts by just putting pencil to paper.