Paint Party Friday!

It’s Paint Party Friday again! If you aren’t participating, you should be. It’s a great motivator to actually get something painted during the week and it’s fun to surf around and see what everyone has been working on. It doesn’t have to be a big painting and it doesn’t even have to be finished. This week, I have a little watercolor sketch in my sketch journal. I can find time to work in my little sketchbook even when I can’t focus on starting a new canvas or a real watercolor. This is the front porch of the General Store in the nearby town of Covington, LA. I love the look of that old red and white gas pump with the blue shutters. And how many businesses have a front porch with a swing?

I finished and mailed my Helping Hand for Japan for the auction, too. I’ll show that on Monday. Gotta get some breakfast now. ๐Ÿ™‚

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31 thoughts on “Paint Party Friday!

  1. Anonymous

    this is very well done. it gives me the feeling of a warm summer afternoon, just sitting at the general store on the porch swing! LOVE that.
    i like the colors, too. and the reflections in the windows! great one!

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  2. Jaime

    This is great and would be a wonderful full sized painting! How quaint the little town must be. I agree that PPF is a great way to stay motivated! It’s “making” me create and I love it! Happy PPF!

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  3. Gloria

    I would love to be sitting on that swing looking at the trees reflected in the window. Great work. I love it! Thanks for sharing. Happy Easter, PPF, and a Good Friday to you too.

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  4. Pam

    This just feels like a summer afternoon visiting a general store. I LOVE it! It makes me want to take a deep breath and relax in that swing. Excellent work!

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  5. Marlene

    I love this painting, it has a very homey feel to it. A scene from the past when things were so much more relaxing.

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  6. gerri herbst

    Absolutely beautiful picture! Your painting style is lovely.Keep your eyes open and make a little wish and Im sure a blue vase will present itself. Thanks for your kind words today. take care, gerri

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  7. Annabelle

    Wishing for warmer summer months when looking at this painting.
    Luv the reflection on the window and the old barber post is a little nostalgic note in your picture story.

    Beautiful work!

    Happy Easter : )

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  8. Kristin Dudish

    It is always such a pleasure to visit your blog! I love the colors in this one ๐Ÿ™‚

    (Your cantaloupe painting made me hungry too!)

    I can’t wait to see your hands…

    Have a wonderful weekend!
    xo
    Kristin

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  9. Ileana

    Lovely and quaint. I bet the folks that work there know their customers by name and are friendly and cheerful whenever anyone pops in. Nice job!

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