Organized clutter, my style in a nutshell. I cannot seem to leave this wall alone. When we bought this house, this wall was painted black from top to bottom. The evolution is finally complete (for now).
@potterybarn_lexington has agreed to host a pop-up shop for me July 22, from 3-8pm!! I'll be working on new creations over the next month to have for sale, as well as some of my older paintings. Come on out and see me 😃
This is our pup Sally... we based the doggy silhouette off of HER. We used our scroll saw to cut out the shape, then transferred the "I love my dog and my dog loves me" text onto it. It's all hand distressed to add some rustic charm... and the reclaimed wood is just so cool. Lots of dings and scratches, finished in a warm medium toned walnut color. If you love your dog as much as we love our Sally, you need this! Available in our Etsy shop!
Our next 6-week session for the Wednesday Beginning Acrylics class with instructor Ann Golumbuk is starting soon! ⠀
Interested? Get your supply list and register online today! (link in bio)
📷: Pnina Gold
My gallery wall updated months ago. Super bummed bc I never seem to hold onto all the before pics or everything isn't completely finished, but, even though there's not pictures in some of those frames yet, the wall feels good to me for now. #gallerywall
One of the challenges of painting flowers is knowing when to stop. I question whether there are enough, or too many, or are there enough colors or too many different colors. This is one of those pieces. Part of me thinks it's still a little bare, yet I don't want it cluttered. Maybe that's why I don't do florals as often as I'd like. 🤔 what do you think?