Hair. Beginning with a chignon

By Schiele – Portrait of Edith Schiele with chignon

By Goya – Nude woman with a mirror

By anonymous florentine master of 17 th century – Head of a man

By Picasso – Untitled

By Correggio, Antonio A. – A bearded man with curly hair

By Barbari, Jacopo de – Young woman holding a mirror

By John, Gwendolen Mary – The tousled girl

By Canova, Antonio – Toilette of Venus

By Gandolfi, Gaetano – Five women with curlers

By Zenou, Izak – Inside a hairdresser’s shop

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Life sign from Melanie!

HI BEAUTIES, HERE YOU HAVE LOTS OF LOVE AND FANTASY. HAVE A NICE WEEKEND FULL OF THEM 😄

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Please visit her blog and give her hugs and kisses if you’re not already have done that.

For you, who doesn’t know Melanie, stop by her blog and read some previous posts and comments and you will get to know a super woman. Her super powers needs to restore though. Life isn’t fair. I tell you that much, the rest you can read for yourself in her posts.

It’s Been Awhile… – amusingmyselfmusingshttp://amusingmyselfmusings.com/2016/02/18/its-been-awhile/

Melanies writing has inspired me to many drawings, here’s some of them. I hope she gets well and be back here on wp forever with us.

Anna





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Earthmother

HI SISTERS, TODAY SOMEONE ECOLOGIST LIKE YOU. HAPPY DAY, DEAR 💙🌏💚🌎

Color me in Cyanide and Cherry

EARTHMOTHER.jpg“Earthmother”

Mixed media/November 2016

A simple and gentle piece, or at least aiming to be. I love the look of the eyes. It reminds me of Mother Earth, looking at me, and thinking :”Oh, there you will go, child, and do something stupid again!”

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Quick watercolor

HI SISTERS, HERE’S A GOOD SHADOW FOR THIS SUMMER🌲💚🌲💚🌲

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Crocheted Baskets

HI, TODAY THIS SISTER HAS A GOOD SOLUTION FOR OUR PENS AND PENCILS. GREAT IDEA!

Puddleside Musings

      Okay, so I have a new favourite thing to crochet – baskets!

      Crochet a basket? Really? I know, it sounded a bit weird to me at first seeing as I’m still pretty new to crocheting but crocheted baskets are fun to make! I’ve made a number recently.

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     I learned how to crochet these baskets from watching one of Bella Coco’s video tutorials over on Youtube, this one in particular if you want to learn how to make these too (actually, I’ve learned most of what I know about crochet from her tutorials, they’re really good!). In the video, she made oval baskets but I just adjusted for circular.

     The first one I made was the grey pen pot:

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     The yarn I used is some my twin got me for Christmas. I think she got it in a store…

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FRESH MACKEREL

HI SISTERS, HERE A SKETCH ABOUT FRESH FISH. HAVE A LOVELY DAY 🐳🐬💙

THE MERMAIDS PURSE

The Mermaids’ Purse has taken a break from blogging for the month of May but I have scheduled a picture post for each Saturday so you won’t miss me too much…

We get a lot of fresh mackerel in the late summer and early autumn here on the Copper Coast in Ireland. They are easily caught from the rocks along the shore with a fishing line. I love the patterns on their skin, shimmering silver and prussian blue.

See it and more on my Etsy Shop.

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Day 7/100 – Culinary Herbs

HI SISTERS, TODAY SOME SKETCHED TIPS BY OUR FRIEND MELISSA🌿🌿🌱🌾🍃

Inspiration in Focus

Day 007 - Culinary Herbs (4).JPG Culinary Herbs. Micron Ink and Watercolor. 2017.

As many of you know, I have a passion for food, and so many sketches end up being ignited by the kitchen inspiration.

This one is of a dozen of my favorite culinary herbs, and many of these  I grown here in Spokane in my garden space. Flavor in our kitchen is created with a  blend of both dried spices and fresh ones like these.  We have plant starts under grow lights that will be transplanted out to the pots on the back porch once we are part the last-frost date, which here in the Inland Northwest is around May 15th.

Anyone else doing plant starts to be transplanted outside later?

May your day be inspired!

Melissa

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June 12, 2017 · 9:00 AM