Well, I haven't yet got to the teabag paintings (they're turning me into a 'bag lady) due to some other pressing weekend things such as housework, baking homemade bread and making some homemade soup, etc. It's been raining cats and dogs here and on cool, rainy days, I love to bake and fill the house with the smells.
But shortly! I've got some ideas for the 'bags. I'll post as soon as I do.
In the meantime, taking a cue from Ann, I'm posting some shots of my corner of the world. I guess you could say it's a *type* of artwork.
The front entrance, which needs some painting and work after such a totally rough winter with freshly planted pots of pansies. What struck me so much about these flowers when shopping all the greenhouses was the brilliant oranges! And since I love purple so much, I just had to mix a few of those in with the oranges. Like the mat? I'm such an introverted person......
Another garden of freshly planted flowers - this time it's mums with a white geranium every foot or so along with a bluish/purple border. Quite a change from my usual choices of cooler colours such as pinks, blues, etc. Unfortunately, a week later, all these mums look like they're dying. If they don't perk up soon, I"m taking them all out and putting something else in this garden - in pots!
Some chives in an old bonsai tree planter. The tree died several years ago but I saved the planter. Once these are more established, I plan on painting them.
Back to a bit more housework, then painting.....