Since many have asked, I’ve decided to order multiple copies of these items, and have opened shop on Etsy. www.etsy.com/shop/artbybernadette
The calendar is made with top quality paper, and is a convenient 5×11″ size to hang on the wall.
The cotton tote bag is a generous 15×15, with a full color print of my corn sketch.
I’m so happy with the quality of these!
UPDATE Sept. 26, 2013: I’m happy to say the bags are nearly gone (only 2 left to sell!) and the calendars are down to 10.
…all track of time! These were another purchase from the Farmer’s Market yesterday. I got after eating the dragon fruit (another post on that), I knew I wanted these for dinner, but also wanted to sketch them. So, when I was finally done sketching, it was 9 pm! A late dinner, but surely worth the wait.
It’s true, I love garlic, and having it fresh from our local farmer’s market is the best!
This is from LaRue’s farm, bought today at the Otsiningo Farmer’s Market.
Notice I’ve used both my dollar brush and my wonderful Black Gold Dynasty brush.
They work well side by side.
I took my new scooter to work on Wednesday, and got a lot of comments.
“You just rose to the best vehicle in the parking lot.”
“After seeing you on that, I think of you in a whole new way.” (Not sure if that’s a good thing, hehe.)
So I stopped at Zona’s in downtown Binghamton after work, they had a “Yappy Hour” to benefit the Humane Society, and got a few more:
“I LOVE YOUR SCOOTER!!” (Shouted by a young lady walking down the street.)
Even later, when it was settled comfortably into its temporary foster home, a guy from up the
street came down to ask about it.
My conclusion- Binghamton must be ‘scooter-starved’!!
I looked up from my seat, and saw this man with binoculars
looking in my direction. What bothered me, was the fact that
we were in a small bar. Pretty sure he didn’t need them
to see across the room!
My great friend Maria
, makes wonderful soaps! But that’s not all,
she also makes perfumes, lip balm, and teaches classes on
Her advertising was in need of an update, so another friend and I stepped in to help.
Here are the results of our combined efforts, done just in time for her display at a
Binghamton University Downtown Center 10am – 4pm Saturday, March 2.
Adopted by a dear friend, Treena and I hung out for a week while her owners got married. Treena is very sweet, in spite of the fact that she likes to eat. Everything!
I’m re-reading Danny Gregory’s “The Creative License”. If that book doesn’t inspire you to get back to or even to start sketching, I don’t know what will!!!
Two very quick sketches touched up with my Pentel water brush – done from the safety of my car yesterday, as it was a cold, rainy and gloomy day. Finishing these brightened it up for me, though!
|An older west side home
Enjoyed a perfect weather day at the Friday Farmer’s Market in downtown Binghamton.
Fascinated with the building details I never noticed before,
out came the sketchbook and pen. Color was added later.