Tuesday, April 24, 2012

WOYWW!!

I've been doing a lot of messing about with a piece of zentangled inspired art for The Diva's Weekly Challenge and a watercolor painting of a rose for the Rookie Painter Challenge.

Look at my computer monitor. Is that crazy or what? It's a reflection! Anyway, here I'm working on the Calvary zentangle. I have the requisite jar of water teetering perilously close to my computer. Oh no! All went well...so far. I still have to empty the jar. See my badge?

Here are close-ups of the two projects I finished today:



Here's a long range view of my space:


You really can make do with very little space and a few art supplies!

Well, I'm babysitting granddaughter Audrey and she's getting into something.



Enjoy visiting, everyone! To join the snooping go to the Stamping Ground blog and join the fun!

Shalom!

30 comments:

  1. gorgeous drawings, lisa :)
    and i'm coveting that bookcase with the sloping top - perfect angle for reading and drawing!!
    and what a curious cutie, audrey is :)

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    1. I, too, love that old sloping desk! Don't even remember where I got it, but it works great to hold sketchbooks and to display things! Thanks for visiting! :D

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  2. sorry, lisa, i forgot my number... it's 95... :)

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  3. fantastic work Lisa, and yes it isn't until we look at the images that we realise how many risks we take with water pots, Did Audrey get down the rabbit hole? they are so funny aren't they?

    dx @98

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    1. Audrey still hasn't figured out how to get into the heating vent. Rabbit hole sounds more interesting, though! :) She loves when the hot air blows out and she, of course, wants to TASTE it! Argghh!

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  4. beautiful pictures and an equally lovely grandchild
    vicky #104 woyww
    http://angeldrummer.blogspot.co.uk/
    Ps I also have saturated canary candy on my blog

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  5. Lovely art work!!! And watch that baby, she's trying to escape through the floor!

    Happy WOYWW!
    Nadia 117

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  6. I love the He's Risen art work, and I love that He IS risen :)
    Laura 111

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  7. Awesome pieces....I too love that "He's Risen" and I'm so glad that getting to THE CROSS isn't as complex as your intricate piece of work..wink wink.

    blessings,
    Cindy♥ #153

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  8. Seriously liquid and computers are not a good combination, trust me on that one, I have had a few accidents. Love the grandaughter spying down the heating vent, it's amazing what they find to play with.

    Eliza #26

    Oh I love the reflection on the computer very clever but you dont fool me LOL............. but I wont tell anyone.

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  9. fab artwork,bet your granddaughter keeps you on your toes
    thanks for visiting my blog
    have a crafty week and
    happy woyww
    kay #98

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  10. So, Audrey is sucking up vent air - she's going to have an awesome immune system in the future!! Great pic, made me smile. And I love your zentangle header, gorgeous!
    HUgs, LLJ #33 xx

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  11. Lovely pictures! I love the zentangle. Ahhh the wonders of the air vent to a wee one. ;) Happy WOYWW! Warmly, Tracy #100

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  12. great pictures, especially the little one . . is she aslep or really looking for something.
    Love the zentangle
    janet #29

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  13. Great zentangle - and those pots of water are so dangerous aren't they? TFS Cindy #43

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  14. ohooo fabulous Zentangles (I have to do some, now I've been sent one!) watch that water! it's awfully close and baby looks like maybe something is down that hole!! Thank you for my snoop! Have a lovely crafty week!
    Happy WOYWW!
    ((Lyn))
    Late this week! #102

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  15. The grandbaby is so cute. She's probably found something fascinating down the grill. I mean, really, when was the last time you took time to admire the handiwork of the air vent? ;-) I love how babies can get so engrossed in the mundane. I am very impressed with your small space. I know you are right that you can make do with few supplies and a small area. I'll be the first to admit that I'm greedy and I want it all. Or at least most of it. Sometimes I miss the few items to play with days. I feel I was more creative then (making do with what I had). But then I look at all I have and think that I'm quite pleased with it. Love your zentangle piece--just stunning! Beautiful rose, too.

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  16. I love your art! I just started drawing and painting again, I can't wait to see more of your work :)

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    1. Thanks for stopping by, Danielle! I hope you'll visit again! :D

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  17. What lovely tangles and painting! Is that a mini artist trying to spread her wings and create?
    Thanks for the visit and comment!
    Happy WOYWW
    Marnie#153

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  18. Super artwork, I love seeing how everyone interprets different things, especially with Zentangles. Take care, enjoy this WOYWW, am working my way through the list in shifts! Zo xx 77

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  19. Curious children are intelligent children! I wonder what goes on in their little minds sometimes :)

    That sloped top bookcase is wonderful...I've never seen one before....and now I want one...haha!

    P.S. I think McDonalds would work fine :)

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  20. I wonder what she can see down there!!!!
    You have a great space, it's amazing what we can do with any sized crafting area isn't it. Your artwork is stunning.
    Happy WOYWW
    Hugs Lisax 74

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  21. You meke the most beautiful sketches!!!!
    Your GD is hysterical, getting sucked into the central air!
    have a great week!

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  22. What lovely art work - the zentangle piece is stunning. You may have a small space and not so many supplies to work with but that is one posh chair! That would certainly make me want to sit down and create! How comfy!!!
    Thanks for popping by and I hope you have a great week.

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  23. Great zentangle!
    It's amazing what can be done with very few supplies, it sort of concentrates the mind!
    Nice work and a lovely work space:)
    xx 123

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  24. Great space, that chair looks really comfortable. Lovely drawings - your zentangles are fab. Love the photo of the cutie having a snoop too. Hope you have a lovely weekend. Elizabeth x #113

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  25. I have to agree about the space. I am squashed into a corner of our living room/dining room and it does me. Not saying I wouldn't take the extra space if it was offered mind you but it does me. Your chair looks so squishy and comfortable and I'm in love with your slanted desk. Gorgeous!

    Carmen #105

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  26. Love the picture of Audrey! So cute!
    Love your zentangling too and your painting - thanks for sharing.
    Sorry I am so late - you will see why in my next WOYWW posting. Hugs, Neet #3 xx
    ps last call for my blog candy - closes tomorrow

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  27. Love youe zentangle and your granddaugghter is really cute.
    Happy belated WOYWW

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