Once a month there is a flea market very near my house. One woman always has lots of wonderful old buttons and fabric for sale.
Today she had some old sample books of fabric. They contained all the colors on the color wheel, with interesting names for each. They were intriguing, but I didn’t know how I would use them in a project
I didn’t buy the sample books, but I found these 1940’s post cards that I purchased. They show different places in the United States from that time.
I received the postcard below in the mail as an advertisement. I wanted to use it somehow in an art piece. I made some lino stamps, stamped them onto old book pages, and added a little black ink. On the black and white post card, I painted a little water color.
Some final shots of a tree in my back yard. I think it has enjoyed all the rain we’ve had, because it is in full flower. That’s my little art studio that my husband built, behind it.
For several months now since the election, people in large cities and small cities have been visiting the offices of their elected officials demanding that their health care not be taken away. All these people that have never been involved in politics before, made something happen because they were out there reminding politicians to do their job. And it worked! 24 million people will not lose their healthcare. Amazing.
“Perhaps all the dragons of our lives are princesses who are only waiting to see us once, beautiful and brave.” Rainer Maria Rilke
Have a beautiful week, and thank you so much for visiting my blog. I appreciate it.