September 1, 2014

30 on 30

This is the first of my 30 paintings in 30 days. It took me longer to post it on Leslie Saetas blog than it did to paint it..but I finally got it on there . Some very talented artists posting on there. Click on the link if you want to see them all .. I will give it my best. 
The rules stated that you could start early if you wanted and I did a few to keep ahead .. I know me, and I know there will be a few days in September that are not the best for painting... Stay tuned...BJ

12 comments:

  1. Cold and blistery winter day! How about a tomato?
    Nice work, Barbra, you can beat this challenge!

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  2. You are welcome to join and/or follow my Pinterest board of all the artists participating in the Leslie Saeta "30 in 30" challenge. Just send me your email so that i can send you an invitation. susan@susanejones.com

    http://www.pinterest.com/charming1/leslie-saeta-30-in-30-challenge/

    Thank you!
    Susan

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  3. Another Florida artist painting snow scenes on day one! (I did the same thing!) I think we are ready for autumn! Nice painting. Enjoy the challenge!

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    1. Jim, I think this is probably the one and only snow scene I've ever done !!

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  4. Hope I don't see the snow this winter. Lovely painting.

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    1. Thank you for visiting Polly. We don't worry about snow down here...

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  5. Now this is a working ranch! Hope they are growing wool and not meat!

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    1. I'm with you Sherry! we think alike ...

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  6. Dear BJ - this made me smile - only a gal living in Fla. would paint winter in the summer! Just too cute friend.

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