This project was inspired by wine. Need I say more?
A couple of weeks ago my coworker & friend Diane heard I work with stained glass. She had tried it years ago and is thinking about taking it up again. I offered to go over the basics with her if she came over. So 3 Sunday’s ago she came by and we spent a couple of hours playing with stained glass 🙂
I haven’t had much time to work on the chameleon mural since last posting. However, I’ve found a few hours here and there. I’ve added some yellow highlights to the face & tail, and started work on the eye.
I began painting the chameleon mural on July 4th. I’ve been slowly working on adding colors to the body, and this weekend I finished that part. Next up will be adding detail and highlights to the head, legs, & tail.
I am making steady progress on the chameleon mural for our bedroom wall. I have added 2 colors to the body this week and done a rough draft of the eye and mouth.
Hubby’s birthday was yesterday. For his present I’ve been planning to paint something for above the bed, to replace the faded picture that’s been up there since I moved in. It was supposed to be a surprise but I ended up telling him since there’s no way I was going to finish it by yesterday.
A few weeks ago our friend Torrey asked if hubby and I would like to accompany her to Muse Paintbar in Lynnfield, MA for “Paint Your Pet” night. I instantly said yes, hubby instantly said no. So last Tuesday night Torrey and I painted our pets!
I’ve had a bunch of posts in my drafts folder, for projects I’ve completed over the past few months. So even though I completed my 3rd stained glass circles project back in February, I am just now posting about it.
As most of you know, I am obsessed with stained glass circles. I’ve created > 100 in the past year, 45 just in the past 3 weeks. In September 2016 I created my first layered glass circles project, consisting of 2 frames of circles bolted together. I love the way the light plays between the layers and creates even more colors.
I met Jim in September 2011. I wanted to make him something cool for Christmas so that year I painted Darwin & Wilber for him on 8×10″ wood block. After meeting my German family & meeting their cat Carlos this past Fall, I knew I had to paint Carlos for them.