Here Comes the Queen

Aug
30


Kelly Walker, painting in Clover on a spool overlooking her domain (as should be!).


Kelly and Linda will be leaving later today, if I let them. I’m not sure yet. They are the most delightful guests, so much fun. They’re laughing, dancing, singing, and painting from dawn to dark every day. Seriously, I don’t think I can let them go. However, they have promised to return! Yay!

Later today, CindyP will be arriving as preparations for the retreat enter the eleventh hour.

(I will have a FULL tour of Kelly’s and Linda’s work asap. They are AMAZING.)

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on August 30, 2011  

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  1. 8-30
    9:24
    am

    YAY!! I’m going to check back EVERY HOUR. Why can’t I live next door to you??

  2. 8-30
    9:58
    am

    The outside inside.. Nice.. Summer to look at all the time even when it is snowing. This has been so much fun to watch, seeing the changes you have made on the farm. And, now making them permanent for everyone to see who comes to your downstairs. I do envy you getting this all done. It is beautiful!

  3. 8-30
    10:34
    am

    Wow that’s fantastic! I want art like that in my house. You lucky duck! :duck:

    :cowsleep:
    Mary
    http://lundkids.blogspot.com

  4. 8-30
    11:00
    am

    Sounds like everyone was having fun! I am waiting to see the finished work of art!

    Those are the kind of guests we all need.

  5. 8-30
    12:58
    pm

    This is wonderful! I’ve been checking back every few hours for updates. When the retreat and party are over, I hope you’ll have time to post close-ups of all the animals and details – especially my personal favorite, Queen Clover.

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