Friday, 13 March 2015

Paint Party Friday the 13th

Now, as all know, we've had terrible luck with appliances, pet issues, and other things in the house. Friday the 13th doesn't scare me. I hope the rest of the month isn't so awful.

His lovely wife took off for her activity, and we chatted. While he napped, I did a drawing. Then he awoke, and I did another. My clients like anything new, and are a pretty captive audience for my wee sketches. I enjoy our chats. I explained to him, using my rusty sign language (he is most patient and a good teacher) that I do these drawings and mail them to the grandkids who are supposed to put them on their fridges!

When I took sign language at a community college in 1979-ish, I further explained that our deaf teacher would take us to the deaf community parties. They were much fun, with interpretation for us newbies, much joy and laughter.

The drawing was based on something in their home (see the photo below). Their home reminds me of my old childhood home in downtown Toronto. It was a lovely relaxing afternoon. I needed this. I also need to feel useful!

Someone to love; something to do; something to hope for!
Angelic, sort of...

I added my little critter, too!
coloured pencils

PPF Year 4
Lovely vase, see the
angel on the table?!


Kristin Dudish said...

These are great - I love the addition of the "little critter" peeking out from behind the vase!
I think it is such fun that you send these to your grandkids... What wonderful happy mail!

Christine said...

Lovely sketches, love the flower one!

William Kendall said...

I do like your drawing style!

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Well I hope your month improves!

Red said...

Now I'm wondering about bats at this time of year???

Giggles said...

Sweet little critter polking his head around the pretty flowers!!

Hugs Giggles

Kay said...

It's always good to feel useful and needed. I enjoyed your lovely whimsical drawings.

Cloudia said...

Art is such a wonderful involvement

ALOHA from Honolulu

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
I too love your drawings Jenn; they demonstrate a wonderment, a seeing of the beautiful... YAM xx

bellefrogworks said...

You have a sweet and innocent drawing style - lovely

Jennifer A. Jilks said...

The bats are hibernating, Red!