My hallway is stacked full of boxes , it looks as if I'm moving, but it's only the kitchen stuff.
Tomorrow morning at 8 am I will have guys standing on my door mat to take out the old kitchen units, the flooring and wall tiles.
After 20 years I'm finally having a brand new kitchen :)
But the packing is one hell of a job in this heat ! Why don't English flats have A/C ? The fan can't keep up and only pushes hot air around. We are in our 4th week without rain and I am really looking forward to cooler weather now. On top of that I will have to stay in pretty much most of the next 5 days while I have the work crew here . At least outside we have a nice sea breeze... so there that's my moan while I'm having a break from packing boxes ;)
Needless to say I didn't get much done with packing and work taking priority over art the past week. But I still have a few I have not shown yet .
Well, with having to stay in I should find plenty of time to paint the coming week , or some other art activities .
Maybe I even get a new kit done.
Today I show you an easy landscape Watercolor tutorial. This uses the wet on wet technique and is suitable for beginners. Kirsty shows step by step how to do them .
And of course I need to give you the last 2 links.
And that's this one finished ...time for a new freebie kit again
How about some myth and legend stuff next?
The Tuatha Dé Danann ("People of the Goddess Danu") were one of the mythical races who settled in Ireland before the arrival of the Milesians, the ancestors of modern Gaels. The Dananns were descendants of the goddess Danu. Her son Dagda was their most powerful leader of the Dananns.
The Tuatha Dé Dananns were a race of deities as well as race of heroes. They were skilled in art and science, poetry and magic.
So until next weekend