Category Archives: Art

Wishing you well!

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  Winter, cold, wet, and dreary, but full of wishes! I came down the street and found this magical tree full of wishes. What a wonderful idea! Imagine just writing down a wish and having it hung upon the limbs … Continue reading

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Two Old Friends

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Heading home from a quick shopping errand, the Blind Potter of El Tuito makes his way along in the shade. His dog at his side, two old friends.

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A very French pause….

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It’s time to take a pause in the blog for some fun reasons. I will miss you guys…but will check in and be back in full swing in time for autumn leaves to scatter in the wind! ( that is … Continue reading

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Ted’s street art

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Ted’s a bit miffed that I haven’t posted about him in a while. So, Ted, this one’s all about you.  We were out for a walk and on a wall, almost hidden by ivy, was this little fox terrier wearing … Continue reading

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Dog Art- A few Pen and Inks

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I love drawing dogs. It comes from a childhood without a dog and with a great yearning for a dog. If I had been a wise child, I would have asked for a small dog, a dog so small you … Continue reading

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Pen and Ink- An Inky Love Affair

I first fell in love with pen and ink as an art form when I was in the sixth grade. My teacher Mrs. Van Den Berg, took some chalk and showed us that by a series of lines and cross-hatching … Continue reading

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The Irish and my Maggie Flinn

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  Happy St Paddy’s Day! There’s nothing more Irish in the world than an Irish Terrier.  I love the red brick colour of the Irish, the dirty eye so crucial to the breed, a look of disdain and contempt, that … Continue reading

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