French Sunday Flower Market
Watercolor Painted in Frayssinet, France
I’m off to Shreveport, Louisiana this morning to paint florals and landscapes and the Pug-mobile is filled with surprises. I found fresh tulips and giant faced sunflowers at the market – a bit of a miracle, considering the iced roads and snow we’ve had! This morning it’s all melted and the birds are singing in my garden. I think that’s a sign of good things to come, don’t you? I raced outside so many times the past few days to cover my hydrangeas, surely there will be some bright blossoms to reward those efforts. One can hope! Stay tuned, you’ll get to see photos from the workshop at historic 601 Spring right here over the next few days, a place where Elvis once performed. Elvis isn’t planning a surprise visit to us, but we do have one other visitor who is planning to make an appearance. He has already left a few clues in baskets with eggs and candy….hmmmm…who could that be….?
I knew I had seen some little footprints and chocolate egg wrappers lying about…