Breakthrough

💻 HI DARLINGS! REMEMBER THAT YOU ALSO CAN SKETCH WITH SOME APPS FOR COMPUTER AS SISTER KERRY DO.

Kerry C. Mitchell's Adventures

This is a painting that I did in a computer app called Rebelle. It is a watercolor app that looks just like real watercolors and acts just like real watercolors. It also has inks, acrylics, markers, pastels and pencils.

Artistically, I’ve been in a real funk for about eight or nine months. I’ve been quite ill all that time and I guess it just took my art abilities away from me. It’s been really frustrating and frightening and depressing.

However, I’m finally feeling better. Not all the way healthy, but better.

As a result, I’ve felt like painting again. And I’ve wanted to paint in this particular app because it makes these fabulous drips. Just like real life drips. It is mesmerizing to sit and put water on the acrylic paint and watch it flow.

So I’m calling this painting Breakthrough because I didn’t think I’d ever make a halfway…

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Mid-March

🔹🔸YES LOVELIES, A LITTLE OF ABSTRACTION IS SO HEALTHY FOR OUR MIND. THIS IS SUBLIME!

ABSTRACTS

A short series…in progress…an extension of Space Rocks.

Color pencil of abstract rocks.

On colored card stock.

Current studio practice is seated on my great grandmother’s crazy quilt, scraps of my grandmother’s and great aunt and uncle’s childhood clothes. This coat, that suit, in queen size wool. A history before mine to work it’s way back into the current.

In blues.

And yellows.

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violin

🎻 🎶 WELL DEARS, LET’S PLAY THIS WONDERFUL VIOLINIST. HAPPY DREAMS FROM BCN.

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Inktober 2019 – MabsDrawlloweenClub Day 26 Dark – Huli Jing

🈯🈳🈵 GOOD NIGHT LADIES! TALES ABOUT CHINESE MYTHOLOGY ARE THE TOPIC FOR DREAMING THIS NIGHT 🐺💁

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Day 26 Dark – Huli Jing

Day 26:  Dark – Huli Jing
Double Challenge combined prompts #Drawlloweentober2019 
Inktober:  Dark
MabsDrawlloweenClub2019:  Huli Jing

Today prompt “Huli Jing” is inspired by the Chinese Mythology (Chinese狐狸精; literally: ‘fox spirit’) or jiuweihu (Chinese: 九尾狐; literally: ‘nine-tailed fox’) are Chinese mythological creatures who can be either good or bad spirits. During the Han dynasty, the development of ideas about interspecies transformation had taken place in Chinese culture. The idea that non-human creatures with advancing age could assume human form. As these traditions developed, the fox’s capacity for transformation was shaped. (Source WikipediA)

I hope you like my drawing and vision of the Huli Jing representing the 9 tales Fox Spirit, the black minimalistic background is for combine the prompt Dark. I think it suits greatly with my composition.

❤ Details about my drawings:
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Day 2101 -Something about a dog

🐶 WELL LOVELIES, OUR SISTER MARGARET MADE THIS SUPERB SKETCH FOR OUR DELIGHT.

Margaret McCarthy Hunt Art

When the family dogs visit my house they love to stare out the front windows lusting after squirrels, other dogs, maybe a quick chomp on a passing neighbors leg as they stroll down the street?! Who knows what they are thinking. But the dogs hold still and just stare making them perfect subjects for a sketch.

This is my nieces dog Scooch a lab chow mix whose recently went over the rainbow bridge. It’s nice to have sketches of him to remember this great dog that traveled the world with their family and watched over the kids as they grew up.

Superaquabee sketchbook Noodlers pen with Deartrementis document brown ink. Tomboy pens.

Margaret off to Atlanta to see the new grandbaby. Xoxoxoxo

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Inktober: Prompt No. 25 Tasty

🚣 WELL BEAUTIES, I ALSO LIKE SUSHI BUT I PREFER MUSSELS AND OYSTERS.

Rag Tag Magpie

I’ve recently found that I really like drawing food and general store cupboard ingredients, both of which are easily to hand, that said this sketch was one I did using a food magazine as inspiration.

inktober-2019 No.25 Tasty

broad-beans Pods packed full of goodness

here’s a few of my other recent food drawings

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November 1, 2019 · 9:02 PM

Baked Pumpkin Falafel Bowl with Herby Hummus and Roasted Carrots

🍴🎃 SO TRUE DARLINGS, A LOT OF ARTISTS LIKE RECIPES WITH PUMPKINS 😛

Nourishing Amy

Light and fluffy savoury pumpkin-filled falafel made with less than 10 ingredients and coming together in less than 30 minutes. These falafel are seasonal, vegan, gluten-free and are easy to make. Served with a refreshing herby hummus, cumin roasted coloured carrots, a fruity tabbouleh and fresh greens, this bowl is a feast for all the senses.

So the pumpkin theme continues! From breakfast bowls to bakes and cakes, pumpkin is on my mind and I just can’t stop. So, I wanted to make something savoury that strayed away from the usual soup or roasted squash. Not that I don’t love a stuffed roasted squash (check out my Wild Rice Stuffed Squash with Glazed Walnuts and Tahini Cream and my Miso Bean Stuffed Squash with Tahini) although falafel seemed like a fun idea. Plus they are really easy and are great to make up in large batches – meaning they…

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