I was to draw veggies for Every day in November prompt #26 so this is what I drew:
Again, in EDiNov there was a prompt #25 with a "kid on the beach". I chose instead to draw from a photo of my twin grandkids running on a different beach!
The next three ink drawings should be in reverse order. It was a few groups of people who seemed to be studying something very seriously and then coming together to compare notes. You'll recognize the gal on the left here in picture #1 alone.
Prompt #24. I loved doing this one. It was "A Window Display" which I changed to "Window Dressing". Same thing right? But I took it a little bit further!
Prompt #23 was "Poppy". This one reminded me of a trip I took in Israel in 1961 with my soon to be first husband and when we got out of the truck with our group we were in the middle of a huge field of these delicate red poppies for as far as the eye could see in either direction. It is truly one of the most beautiful things I have ever seen.
Last Sunday we went to the Pure Grain Bakery where I drew the people there. I do enjoy giving them things to say and think.
Prompt # 22 was "Pattern"
I know this was Starbucks from the red cup!
This one was fun. He kept changing positions so I drew him in two of them (same guy) and I could hear him talking so I just wrote what I heard him saying...
Same day at Starbucks ...
... and here! You can tell it was a warm day. One guy is wearing shorts.
Prompt #21 is the "Ford House" museum in Mendocino, CA. Been there many times.
Prompt #20 "Butterfly" I wrote the poem about the Jewish Ghetto by Pavel Friedmann around the butterfly. Children in the concentration camps in WWII in Germany drew lots of butterflies on the walls. They knew they were going to die and they hoped the butterflies would take their souls out of the camp.
A quiet moment at Starbucks on another day.
... and people talking together on the same day.
It's Thanksgiving Day today. I hope this finds you well and healthy. I hope you had plenty to eat, and people's company to enjoy. We kept it simple this year. Just my husband, my brother and myself. We ate well (as mentioned above); we talked and reminisced, we played cards, and we enjoyed good food. We have much to be grateful for. I hope you do too. Be safe where ever you are.
Have a creative week. I sure hope to as well.
Thanks for stopping by and for your comments.
They really do keep me drawing!
I am grateful to you for that!