Filling in the Barnyard

Aug
29


Here you see Kelly Walker working on the details–filling in animals against the pasture backdrop. It is so gorgeous! Do you see Glory Bee there with her head in the hay?


And who do you see here?

Beulah Petunia!

Linda has been working on BP at the door. She’s going to give her a flower!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on August 29, 2011  

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  1. 8-29
    3:30
    pm

    I LOVE THIS! I CAN’T WAIT TO SEE IT FIRST THING IN THE MORNING FOR 3 MORNINGS IN A ROW !!! :shimmy:

  2. 8-29
    3:37
    pm

    I’ve always wanted pictures of chickens painted on my kitchen cupboards. Have Kelly and Linda ever wanted to take a working vacation in a somewhat boring town in upstate New York?

  3. 8-29
    4:49
    pm

    Seeing Kathy’s and Linda’s paintings makes me even sorrier I won’t be there. Beautiful work Ladies.

  4. 8-29
    5:28
    pm

    I keep trying to comment, however, I still check in each day to see what is going on with my “friends” Hope to see you soon. mmhoney

  5. 8-29
    7:13
    pm

    Great work! Plain ole painting a cinder block is NEVER an easy job (yay to Suzanne!).

    Making ART on a cinder block wall??? = Talent X AMAZING!

    :) Pam

  6. 8-29
    10:01
    pm

    I love it! I keep coming back to check the progress. Thank you for the updates as it happens! So fun :yes:

  7. 8-29
    11:46
    pm

    Love it so much I am with Lavenderblue want to come to upstate New York for a vacation? Lavenderblue I live in small town called Candor how about you? :happyfeet:

  8. 8-31
    10:13
    pm

    Linda Goble and Lavender Blue…I’d love to come to upstate NY to work on paintings for you or teach an art workshop. Let’s do it!!! :)

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