Our art show was a great success on Saturday. Lots of folks came out to wish us well.
Holly had a table full of painted wildlife: butterflies, foxes, bunnies and owls.
Natalie had needle-felted cats and cows and hooked rugs and bugs.
I had my painted ceramics and a selection of new drawings made especially for this show.
I fell in love with the Olson house that I visited in Maine on vacation this year so drew it several times. This one fit in a cool wooden oval frame.
Here's the Olson house again, this time with a bit more colour.
This is a view looking out from inside the Olson house.
This is looking up at the Olson house.
Christina, who lived in the house, loved red geraniums and always had them growing in her kitchen windows.
I was also inspired by our Thanksgiving in the Muskokas and drew the canoe waiting for its last trip that fall.
Here's another view of that canoe.
My friend and fellow blogger talks about the show in her blog today! Click her: City Mouse/Country Mouse to check it out! (Thanks Evlyn.)