Friday, 27 June 2014

A Still Life, Paper Saturdays link up time.

Life isn't standing still for me right now. There seems to be movement in every little corner you could ever imagine possible so forgive me for not having been able to visit you Paper Saturday friends. Please bare with me and keep linking your gorgeous art I will catch up I promise but for now to calm myself down I am leaving you and me with a still life of the Mason brothers. These wonderful beasts are my studio friends and help me stay grounded.

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Arnoldo L. Romero, MLA said...

Those are two sweeties, and you did an outstanding job painting them. Hope all the remodeling is going well, and that you're able to find comfort in your family and studio. Blessings!

Valerie-Jael said...

Your bears are really sweet! Valerie

Patsy Paterno said...

Good job painting those cute wooden bears. What a coincidence that I am planning to go to this provincial city known for wood carving, and saw some pictures on the web of wooden animals! Have a great weekend! :^) Patsy from

Lisa Graham Art said...

Oh I love the Mason Brothers. The look like a great way to decompress and focus. Wishing you a restful weekend Manon.


Victoria said...

Hi Kindred...nice to visit your world and play PS with you all again!

Beautiful bears..positively sweet and gorgeous! Wonderful works !

HUgs and wishing you many sparkles!

Melanie said...

Fijne zaterdag...
Ik had je mooie stil leven al op facebook kogen bewonderen, en vind hem erg leuk geworden.
Liefs, Melanie

Clare Willcocks said...

Oh Manon, I love everything you create! Maybe it's those little bears inspiring you! :) Happy Paper Saturday (or should I say Sunday :P )

sheila 77 said...

Your Mason brothers look so friendly and helpful and I'm sure they appreciate your portrait of them.
I'm not letting my studio helpers see this as they'll all want a portrait too.